Red Star, has been awarded funding from the Scottish Health & Industry Partnership and the Chief Scientist’s Office to examine how technology, innovation, and data can be used to deliver a more sustainable service for patients with eating disorders.
Pressure on the eating disorder service has grown exponentially through the COVID-19 pandemic leading to a significant backlog of patients experiencing wait time for treatment.
This collaboration aims to develop innovative solutions that will improve the sustainability of the eating disorder service, ultimately improving patient outcomes and reducing healthcare costs. The project will explore how technology can be used to provide provide a better picture of the patient to clinicians in such a way as to improve the efficiency of service delivery.
Red Star is excited to work with the Scottish Health & Industry Partnership and the Chief Scientist’s Office to improve the quality of care for patients with eating disorders. This collaboration has the potential to transform the way eating disorder services are delivered, making them more sustainable and accessible to those who need them most.