The Golden Jubilee Foundation also explores innovative models of investment that could offer opportunities for healthcare organisations to attract development monies for research, service development and innovation work.
These development monies are linked to healthcare priorities with a remit to consider strategic partnerships across a range of sectors.
In 2014, it was announced that the Golden Jubilee National Hospital would be working on behalf of NHSScotland to raise funds from a variety of sources, including donations and European grants.
The fund will not be used for mainstream services or research activities that are currently funded through existing routes. Instead, it will support initiatives that create and turn excellent ideas into services for patients.
The aim is that the people of Scotland will get better and quicker access to world-leading care as the fund makes the early roll-out of proposals possible. It is also intended that the fund will support new ways for people to record and monitor their own health through the use of new technologies that puts people more in control of their own health.