This E-Health Insider feature, supported by Teknical, offers a guide to current trends in e-learning, practical advice on choosing e-learning packages and some sources of further information.
The virtual patient
Dr Richard Fitton, GP and member of the Care Record Development Board, predicts a future in which patients have control over their own electronic health records.
Judge for yourself
Do electronic health records have any force in law? American correspondent Neil Versel reports from the TEPR conference in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Data transferred between GP systems must be scrupulously examined for errors. E-Health Insider looks at the issues involved and where the responsibilities lie.
Connecting for Health’s new strategy to engage with professional associations seems strangely familiar, reports E-Health Insider from the Clinical Information Advisory Groups’ press conference in London.
MedNet’s key issues
The tenth World Congress on the Internet in Medicine (MedNet) is taking place later this year. Robert Pretlow looks at the issues facing the conference on its tenth year in Prague.
How will the general election affect NHS IT? E-Health Insider takes a comprehensive look at what each party has to say about the major e-health issues.
Photos of the winners and speakers at last week’s
E-Health Innovation Awards ceremony in London, organised by E-Health Insider and Intellect.
Microsoft in the NHS
Dr Bill Crounse, Microsoft’s Global Healthcare Industry Manager, talks to EHI about Microsoft’s involvement in the NHS IT programme and sets out a vision of interconnected and ubiquitous information in healthcare.
Results may vary
Geoff Bick, director of product development at data analysis software firm CHKS, shows how wide variations in hospitals’ approach to data management present challenges for Payment by Results.