With the pandemic shifting views on AI and data use across industries, Maja Dragovic investigates how much those views have been altered in the NHS.
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Having a good imaging enterprise imaging system in place can help contribute to having the fullest picture of a patient possible. Jennifer Trueland explores what this means for clinician and patients.
Having a shared care record in place can mean improved access to patient information and reduced risk of errors being made from a clinicians perspective. But how important is it to ensure that such records are being designed with patients in mind? Jennifer Trueland investigates.
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Covid-19 has thrown a spotlight on digital maturity. As Vivienne Raper reports, many trusts last year have changed priorities or continued to widen the scope of existing electronic document management plans.
With unnecessary human contact being strongly discouraged, Claire Read investigates whether care which is entirely centred on conversation can still be provided in the midst of a global pandemic.
Jennifer Trueland investigates whether national programmes and the coronavirus pandemic have changed attitudes towards integrated care.
The coronavirus pandemic has meant a number of NHS trusts have had to quickly adapt to new ways of working. Jennifer Trueland investigates how Covid-19 has brought home the benefits of cloud.
2020 has seen the digital health landscape rapidly change in a matter of months, so what has this meant for interoperability in healthcare? Jennifer Trueland investigates.
The last seven months has seen the world deal with a number of rapid changes as Covid-19 spread across the globe, with one of the biggest changes being a switch to remote working as the default. In light of this, Jennifer Trueland investigates whether demand for vendor neutral archives (VNA) has increased across the NHS.
Traditionally, the analytics tools in NHS are used to understand the current situations or past trends, helping the NHS predict where emergency services are most likely to be needed which in turn allow trusts to plan accordingly. But with Covid-19, has the role of analytics been permanently altered? Maja Dragovic looks at the impact.
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