This month’s industry round-up features news Sheffield Teaching Hospitals has deployed a trust-wide data management system.
The centre will draw data from NHS medical records, national registries and other datasets to explore new therapies and medical breakthroughs.
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Data analytics is now hitting the headlines with NHS organisations adopting futuristic command centres and patient-centric apps. But where is the NHS at with healthcare analytics – and what are the challenges ahead? Vivienne Raper reports.
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Machine learning software will be used track 32 million outpatient datasets with the aim of creating a roadmap to support staff and improve patient care.
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The new data command centre at Bradford Royal Infirmary will draw data from multiple IT systems to help staff direct resources more effectively across the 800-bed hospital.
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When looking at the promise of predictive analytics in healthcare – namely, the ability to identify a downturn in someone’s health and intervene before it becomes more serious – the focus has often been on physical healthcare. But, as Vivienne Raper reports, more and more organisations are exploring the role such data analysis could play in supporting those with mental ill health.
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Researchers have suggested that ‘poor quality’ data held by NHS Digital could limit the effectiveness of new technologies and health policies.
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Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals NHS Trust is to implement a cognitive computing-based decision support solution system to help improve the treatment of patients who have suffered a heart attack.
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New mobile software designed to help clinicians better monitor and manage pain levels has moved to service evaluation stage in selected NHS trusts in England.
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