Doctor Alexander Jarasch explores why scientists need to look for new approaches in combating major diseases – especially in the Covid-19 age.
The Countess of Chester EPR+ programme is using Cerner Millennium electronic patient record after signing a 15-year deal with the company in 2018.
Some £25 million is expected to be spent on the new app, while £10 million was spent developing the original operating model that was abandoned in June.
Our expert panel look at why access to data is important and whether the pandemic has permanently changed the country’s relationship with data.
Ascom’s Digistat clinical information system (CIS) will enable care staff across Wales’ 14 adult critical care units to electronically manage care.
Government “must support” infrastructure needed to assist care providers in switching to technology-enabled care, a report from Public Policy Project found.
Speaking at Connect 2020 Sonia Patel said diversity had to be at the core of the service offered to patients in order to reduce health inequalities.
More than 1,700 GP practices have stepped forward to contribute patient data for Covid-19 research at the University of Oxford.
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Hospify is expanding its mobile communications app to pharmacy networks and GP practices to help improve the communication of prescribing information.
Managing director of the app Simon Thompson said trials were ‘encouraging’ but did not provide figures on the number of people who had downloaded it.