As healthcare spending rises, Jonathan Pearson, UK head of healthcare at PA Consulting, looks why technology could help improve productivity in the NHS.
Ian Bailey, a district nurse and clinical director at EMIS, explores how technology can help transform care for terminally ill patients,
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Following on from being crowned CNIO of the Year at the Digital Health Awards 2019, Natasha Phillips discusses her health informatics career.
From working in a Marks and Spencer store right up winning CIO of the Year at the Digital Health Awards, Mandy Griffin, looks back at her career.
Dr Lydia Yarlott, NHS Paediatrician and co-founder of Forward Health, delves into why she believes a lack of technology might be pushing young doctors away.
Delivering optimum care for someone living with diabetes typically involves multiple healthcare professionals working across various health settings. Traditionally, those clinicians have relied on separate sets of paper records, making it difficult to co-ordinate care.
Ade Byrne, CIO at Southampton University Hospital, shares his thoughts on best of breed (BoB) integrators,ahead of hosting a dedicated event on 23 October.
In an exclusive op-ed for Digital Health News, Baroness Nicola Blackwood, explores this potential of genomic technology and what it could mean for the NHS.
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In a special guest post for Digital Health, Andy Kinnear reflects on his three years as chair of BCS Health and Care as he prepares to step down.
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In his first column as the new chair of the CCIO Network, James Reed looks ahead to the coming challenges and next phase of development for the profession.