Utilising linked data to accelerate research & innovation - Lessons from the Greater Manchester trusted research environment
A Talk by Bradley Quinn
Associate Director of Insight,
Health Innovation Manchester
About this talk
Hear about recent regional developments within the NHS and how - through a collaboration of healthcare, academia and industry - Greater Manchester successfully deployed a trusted research environment to understand the impact of innovative healthcare interventions throughout the pandemic and beyond.
The GM TRE brings together linked longitudinal data for almost 3.2 million patients, providing critical intelligence and patient-level insight, informing the development of new solutions throughout the innovation lifecycle from clinical trials, AI development, population epidemiology, and real world evaluations.
Attendees can expect to hear about
1) The role of Secure Data Environments in facilitating safe analysis of sensitive data at-scale
2) Examples from healthcare of de-identified patient data being used to drive decision-making through data science and advanced analytics
3) The critical success factors for cross-sector research collaborations, and how to achieve these whilst building public trust
4) How effective, transparent information governance can expediate, not limit, decision-making whilst ensuring open accountability
5) The role of secure environments in accelerating the adoption of new health technologies by reducing time to insight