Get involved with DeepMind Health
Unlike many previous top-down IT projects, we believe that NHS technology should be built in collaboration with the people who give and receive care each day, and who know better than anyone what's needed.
Whether you're a patient, clinician, NHS Trust - or whether you'd like to join our team - we'd love to hear from you!
Clinicians & researchers
We hope to build practically useful tools that improve care, not technology that gets in the way. Rather than assuming we know what will be useful and welcome on the clinical front lines, we collaborate closely with people who have dedicated their careers to the NHS, including nurses, doctors and medical researchers.
We are always looking for healthcare professionals to help us build world leading technology. We run regular user sessions to gather expert feedback on our Streams app, and can provide an incentive for your time. Please sign up with this form to join our panel.
If you are a healthcare professional or a medical researcher, and you would like to work with us, please do get in touch!
We're working with several NHS Trusts to provide tools that help get patients from test to treatment, as quickly and accurately as possible. You can find more information about our technology, and how we're already working with hospital groups, here.
If you're interested in using our technology, please contact us here.
Patients are central to the work of DeepMind Health. Outcomes are better when patients and clinicians make decisions together, and we think this should apply to the way in which technology is developed too.
We're proud to have worked with the late Rosamund Snow, patient editor of the British Medical Journal, who drafted our first formal patient and public involvement (PPI) strategy. This strategy outlines how patients should be involved throughout all our work.
Please click here if you'd like to learn more about our work with patients, and how you can be involved.
And please click here if you'd like to watch the recording of our first major patient summit in September 2016.