CogStack work on Psychosis VIEWER shortlisted for HSJ Partnership Awards
The joint work between the Psychosis Clinical Academic Group, CRIS and Cogstack teams was shortlisted in ‘Best Mental Health Partnership with NHS’ category
The VIEWER (Visualisation & Interaction With Electronic Records) platform, developed by the Psychosis Clinical Academic Group (CAG) Population Health Management with participation of clinicians, researchers and informaticians from the South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust and King’s College London, was shortlisted in the category ‘Best Mental Health Partnership with NHS’ for the Heath Service Journal Partnership Awards on best partnership with the NHS. Thus the 2022 edition of the awards recognized the platform, whose purpose is to provide clinicians and staff with multidimensional clinical knowledge and patient information, intelligently filtered and visually presented to improve patient outcomes, as a successful example of applying AI principles in clinical healthcare.
Learn more about the VIEWER Psychosis platform from this presentation delivered by Dr Rob Harland at the King’s Health Partners Annual Conference 2021.