After Ockenden, we need better data to prevent further harm
Dr Mark Ratnarajah, a practising paediatrician, reflects on what real-time data should support a culture of shared learning following the Ockenden review.
Special Report: Integrated Care
Integrated care systems (ICSs) are likely to acquire statutory footing at some point in 2022. Maja Dragovic looks at how big a role digital will play in establishing connected care within ICSs.
Has the cloud industry solved a big problem for digital pathology?
Sectra’s sales director, Chris Scarisbrick, explores why the cloud industry could lend a hand when it comes to digital pathology.
It’s time to simplify the process to help drive forward digital innovation
Heather Cook, interim UK managing director of Big Health, examines why digital innovation could hinge on simplified processes.
When is your data anonymous?
In a joint piece for Digital Health, Paul Affleck and GP Dr Imran Khan, explore the recent care.data and GPDPR programmes and when health data is anonymous.
Why ICSs should prompt us to reconsider digital partnerships
Martin McFadyen from Virgin Media O2 Business looks into why Integrated Care Systems (ICSs) may prompt a discussion on digital partnerships.
The security conversation on connected medical devices is far from over
Our cyber security columnist, Davey Winder, explains why security conversations surrounding connected medical devices are not over yet.
Rethinking the architecture of health IT to unlock potential
Tomaz Gornik explores why we need to rethink the architecture of health IT in order to unlock the potential of a patient-centric approach to care.
Digital solutions for the prevention of chronic diseases
Digital health innovation consultant at Bax and Company, David Chadima, explores the challenges of using digital solutions for chronic diseases.
Healthcare cybersecurity to serve as the backbone for digital transformation
In a piece for Digital Health, Sagar Randhe explores why cybersecurity could serve as an important tool for digital transformation.