Dundee will be one of the four cities in the UK where health care research centre will be built. It is also one of the four places where electronic health records will be used so that patient care can be improved.
The UK government and the other organizations have promised the funding of £19m. However, before imparting the said amount, the government will thoroughly investigate all the factors, as it did not want to leave any kind of loop hole.
Detailed reports will be prepared by the government as well as research will also be conducted. All the data will then be assessed and services will be provided accordingly. Regional universities in Edinburgh, Strathclyde and Dundee will also be helping the authorities concerned to set up the centers.
"This builds upon over 40 years' experience of using electronic patient records, not only to drive improvements in the quality of health care in Scotland but also to innovate", said Prof Andrew Morris, who is the head of medicine school in Dundee.
The e-health initiative is being done with the help of four organizations and those centers are Arthritis Research UK, the Wellcome Trust. The third one is Cancer Research UK and last but not the least is the British Heart Foundation.
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