This strategic initiative supports Swedish healthcare organizations to develop AI solutions. The goal is to offer more information-driven, personalized and scalable healthcare. It takes place in a close partnership between public, private and academic healthcare parties.
A handbook for information-driven care (In Swedish)
Artificial intelligence can play a key role in the transformation of healthcare systems and enable patients to be more actively involved in their healthcare together with their healthcare professionals.
The main goals for the initiative are:
- To identify barriers and enablers for integration and national implementation
- To investigate how privacy-preserving AI and data-driven insights can support current healthcare practices
- To evaluate ethical and legal implications, and find pathways to successful implementation
The core project team consists of AI Sweden and
- Halmstad University
- Karolinska University Hospital
- Region Gävleborg
- Region Halland
- Region Örebro Län
- Sahlgrenska University Hospital
The project runs from 2019 to 2024.
Collaboration when data cannot be shared
How can partners engage in Information-driven healthcare?
Join our AI community, MyAI, a crowdsourced online platform that is open to all and free of charge. You can use it to learn about AI by reading articles, use cases and reports, network with AI developers, call for collaboration and hire staff.
Read our handbook to learn how to work with data-driven healthcare in your organization:
En handbook för Informationsdriven Vård
(in Swedish, free digital and paper versions)
Learn from the results of our projects that are published here on our website and on our YouTube channel
Join our existing testbed initiatives such as the Edge Learning Lab
We also have a network that is open for AI strategists in all the 21 public healthcare regions: the Region Reference Group for Information-Driven Healthcare (Regionreferensgruppen för Informationsdriven Vård). There you can follow the results from our projects and share experiences from your own projects and exchange valuable insights.
Reach out to us to see how we can support you. Learn more about how to become a partner
Background to Information-driven healthcare
Activities for Information-driven healthcare
A part of the Swedish National Vision-driven Healthcare Program
Vinnova supports long-term and visionary innovation environments that engage stakeholders in all parts of society in order to make a difference for the health of the population.
This strategic initiative has secured funding for five years by Vinnova, Sweden’s national innovation agency, and partners in the Vision-Driven Healthcare program in Sweden. This is one of five innovation environments for health that Vinnova has prioritized. A large number of new projects and pre-studies are launching as part of the initiative.