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UK Digital Medicine Research Centre Strategic Development Plan

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UK Digital Medicine Research Centre Strategic Development Plan

  1. 1. UK Digital Medicine Research Centre (UKDMRC) Draft Strategic Development Plan This document is an outline strategic development plan for a proposed Digital Medicine Research Centre to be founded in the East Midlands of the UK as a collaboration between the International Society of Digital Medicine based in Chongqing, China and a consortium of UK partners involved in Digital Medicine Research and Development. About Digital Medicine Digital Medicine is a fast-growing emerging multidisciplinary activity born out of the impact of disruptive digital technologies on the science and practice of medicine. Digital Medicine can be defined as having 3 components in the science, practice and study of:-  The use of digital technologies in the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of medical conditions  The more general use of digital technologies in the science and practice of medicine  The impact of digital technologies on the science and practice of medicine. UKDMRC Mission The UKDMRC will seek to establish itself as an International Centre of Excellence and thought leader in the science, practice and study of Digital Medicine. It will collaborate in partnership with the International Society of Digital Medicine with the aim of achieving a positive global impact on the sustainable health and wellbeing of all citizens Its principal objectives will be:-  To establish an understanding and acceptance digital medicine as a discrete multidisciplinary activity and to leverage its potential for improved health and wellbeing  To act as the European Hub of the International Society of Digital Medicine (ISDM)  To facilitate greater collaboration between the IT industry and Medical Professionals  To help shape the future of the use of digital technologies in medicine  To share best practices and create development opportunities for its stakeholders  To develop a digital medicine roadmap tool and methodology  To create and support publishing and speaking opportunities for its stakeholders  To stimulate innovation and enterprise in digital medicine science and practices  To contribute to the development of ISDM on the global scale technically and economically.  To develop and obtain accreditation for Digital Medicine higher education modules and postgraduate qualifications UKDMRC Activities and Objectives The UKDMRC will seek to achieve the following outcomes in its first year :-  Build a Consortium of Partners in The East Midlands of the UK who will act as an Advisory Board and Founding Members of a UK ISDM Council with representation from :- o Medilink o East Midlands Universities o NHS
  2. 2. o Medical and Pharmaceutical Industry  Co-Author a Book on Digital Medicine in collaboration with ISDM thought leaders  Organise a UK Health Information Technology (HIT) Challenge as part of the International HIT Challenge Competition whose finals are held in Asia  Develop a Digital Medicine Roadmap tool and methodology to support the strategic development of digital medicine.  Host an annual meeting of the European Chapter of ISDM  Organise 4 meetings of the UK Chapter of ISDM  Secure funding to co-ordinate at least one Digital Medicine Research Project  Produce a regular E-Newsletter for electronic distribution to all ISDM European Chapter Members UKDMRC Funding and Sustainable Development The UKDMRC is a start-up venture which requires limited initial seed funding to become self- financing and profitable within 1 year. The objective is to establish a lean low-cost/high impact organisation committed to the development of its stakeholders. Its Research activities will be focused on knowledge sharing, partnership brokering and forecasting of the future horizons in digital medicine rather than clinical trials and/or technological innovations which UKDMRC will support through its ISDM membership and UKDMRC stakeholders. UKDMRC is exempted from paying the membership fees to ISDM in the first two years following its own establishment. UKDMRC shall use the fees for its own development. The ongoing sustainability of UKDMRC will be financed by the beneficiaries of UKDMRC activities, principally through :-  Commissioning of Research Projects  Consultancy Services  Publishing activities  Events and Conferences  ISDM Membership  Franchising of a National Digital Medicine Research Centre Model The UKDMRC start-up operation will require funding for one full-time Chief Executive and one part- time administrator. The growth and development of UKDMRC (which will be largely a virtual organisation) will be based on the recruitment (or commissioning) of human resources for specific funded projects. The development of UKDMRC will require a substantial amount of economy travel to attend conferences, develop the operation, build the UKDMRC Network, and facilitate the European Chapter of ISDM. UKDMRC's responsibility for ISDM Development UKDMRC, as the executive organisation of the European Chapter of ISDM, shall promote the development of digital medicine in Europe on behalf of ISDM and contribute to the development of ISDM on the global scale. UKDMRC shall ensure that each Council Member of the European Chapter and/or their affiliated organisation submit at least one manuscript per year to the journal of ISDM, Digital Medicine.
  3. 3. UKDMRC shall submit at least one/editorial/news update per issue of the Journal of ISDM, Digital Medicine UKDMRC shall collect the membership fee from each member of the European Chapter on behalf of ISDM every year. From the third year following its own establishment, UKDMRC shall turn over 50% of the total membership fee to ISDM annually for its development on the global scale. In addition, UKDMRC shall turn over 50% of its earnings gained from profitable campaigns to ISDM annually for the development of ISDM on the global scale. David Wortley October 2016

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