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Connected Health has the potential to realise significant benefits for Northern Ireland through both improved care for patients and clients and providing development opportunities for researchers and industry. This is recognised in the Connected Health and Prosperity Memorandum of Understanding agreed in December 2011 by the Health and Economy Ministers.

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Northern Ireland Connected Health Ecosystem Meeting
07 September 2017

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