Tony Shannon, chief executive of Ripple, responds to the column by Digital Health editor, Jon Hoeksma, on whatever happened to open source in NHS IT in 2016, and argues we remain in the 'dark ages' of health IT.
Digital Health News' US correspondent Lindsey Birnsteel, provides a hands on report on the very latest digital health trends from the huge Consumer Electronics Show, 2017, Las Vegas.
In the second part of a two-part look ahead to 2017, Digital Health News asked some UK digital health leaders for their predictions for the year to come.
In the first piece of a two part look ahead at 2017, Digital Health News asked some leading healthcare IT suppliers for their predictions for the year to come.
People and policies came and went at the top of healthcare IT, but some trusts pushed on with major projects and news emerged of tech developments that might shape the years ahead. Lyn Whitfield reviews 2016.
Dr Neil Paul has a few gadgets that he’d like to find under his Christmas tree. Starting with some iPhone extensions and moving onto drones, driverless cars, and AI friends to help his frail, elderly patients. Come on, Santa!
When he was three, Joe McDonald wanted a Johnny Seven one man army, the very latest thing from New Jersey. This year, thanks to some more American inspiration, he knows exactly what he wants for Christmas: £40 million for an open platform for the NHS.
Digital Health News reporter Laura Stevens goes to Bournemouth to try her hand at (virtual reality) surgery. She learns she shouldn’t give up the day job; but those people who are cut out to be surgeons may well train this way in future.
Clatterbridge Cancer Centre went live with a Meditech EPR in May, becoming the first trust to implement the oncology module. Laura Stevens went to see how it went, and to hear about the trust’s plans for the new year.
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