Ahead of the Digital Health Rewired conference in March 2024, Matthew Taylor explains why innovation and greater use of technology hold significant potential to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the NHS.
With a background in nursing and managing cancer services, Elaine O’Brien understands how hospitals operate. In her current role, she helps clinicians use data to help people be as healthy as possible. By Claire Read
One of the “joys” of Justine Patterson’s role is supporting NHS staff to change the way they do things. By Claire Read.
CCIO Penny Kechagioglou explains why it can be so difficult to fully implement EPRs, and suggests key steps to remove the barriers to success
The hospital-at-home model is a potentially transformative means of delivering healthcare at a time of mounting pressure on traditional services. But are patients and practitioners prepared? And are the new models creating extra work for clinical teams? Owen Hughes reports
The pace at which generative AI has infiltrated product portfolios and media headlines in 2023 has brought equal parts excitement and consternation to those tasked with evaluating its implications for patient care. Owen Hughes reports
What’s holding AI back? Digital Health asked Robin Carpenter, AI ethics and governance lead at the AI Centre for Valued Based Healthcare at King’s College London, a speaker at our upcoming AI and Data event, to identify the brakes on progress and suggest solutions
The NHS is transitioning to cloud with an estimated 15-20% of trusts now hosting something off-site. The pace of adoption has been slow, but could that be about to change? Vivienne Raper reports
Making the move from a clinical role into a digital leadership position can be daunting. Simon Noel explains how he did it – and calls for a more ‘nuanced’ understanding of the digital clinical specialist role
Generating large volumes of poor quality data wastes clinicans’ time and puts patients at risk, says Elina Naydenova, a speaker at Digital Health’s AI+Data event. By Lizzie Cernik