Back with a networking dinner, the Digital Health Awards will be held in the evening of October 7 at the Digital Health Autumn Leadership Summit.
As we moved towards a more joined up NHS, does cloud technology hold the key to better access to patient records? Jennifer Trueland investigates whether the pandemic has led to a shift in attitudes towards the cloud, which has previously faced resistance in the health service.
This report from Better explores what lies in store for digital medication management – from how far off is the UK from achieving medication interoperability to how can clinicians navigate through digital health apps.
ANCILE Solutions has brought its content creation and in-app learning platform, uPerform®, to the UK healthcare sector. In a recent webinar, some of the most experienced chief information officers in the NHS discussed the challenges that they had encountered in training staff ahead of major system go-lives. Bobby Zarr, senior director of healthcare strategy at […]
Dr Simon Eccles, CCIo for NHSX, takes a look at the 2020 NHS IT Leadership Survey and how the Covid-19 pandemic has influences digital in the NHS.
With unnecessary human contact being strongly discouraged, Claire Read investigates whether care which is entirely centred on conversation can still be provided in the midst of a global pandemic.
Traditionally, the analytics tools in NHS are used to understand the current situations or past trends, helping the NHS predict where emergency services are most likely to be needed which in turn allow trusts to plan accordingly. But with Covid-19, has the role of analytics been permanently altered? Maja Dragovic looks at the impact.
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The coronavirus pandemic has meant a number of NHS trusts have had to quickly adapt to new ways of working. Jennifer Trueland investigates how Covid-19 has brought home the benefits of cloud.
Electronic observations of vital signs give clinicians a quick indication of how healthy their patient is. Claire Read investigates how the technology has been used during the Covid-19 pandemic.