The chief executive of a leading Global Digital Exemplar (GDE) in Southampton has announced she is leaving for a position in Canada.
Software as a service has become ubiquitous in our everyday lives – we check our Gmail, pop large files in Dropbox and subscribe to Office 365 rather than buying a copy on disk. Can it make a similar progression in the health service? Jennifer Trueland investigates.
North East Ambulance Service NHS Trust has been selected to be one of four ambulance services to become a Global Digital Exemplar.
A new generation of robotics, imaging and implantable tech for treating cardiovascular disease is being hindered by a lack of research.
Infrastructure has traditionally been thought of in terms of solid structures: schools, roads, hospitals, power stations, telecommunications networks and sports facilities. But in recent years, digital technologies have started a revolution; one which is now extending to infrastructure, and which could support the transformation of healthcare.
The Royal Bolton Hospital in Greater Manchester has launched ‘virtual’ eye clinics to cut the time it takes for patients to undergo important eye tests.
NHS Doncaster Clinical Commissioning Group signs contract with Orion Health to develop integrated digital care record to support older people at home.
Philip Dunne has said he would not ‘immediately’ reject a scheme where hospital patients could be discharged to people’s spare rooms.
The UK’s largest integrated Health and Social Care Trust is introducing an RFID tracking system to make it easier to keep tabs on patient records.
NHS Arden and Greater East Midlands CSU has won a multi-million pound contract to provide services to five CCGs across Norfolk and Waveney.