The pair are extending an existing collaboration to include Digital Health Rewired, a two-day conference and one-day exhibition taking place in March 2019.
It must be conference season: Neil Paul has attended three separate meetings in almost as many weeks. As our GP columnist reflects on each – the EMIS National User Group, a panel on entrepreneurship in healthcare IT, and a BCS Primary Health Care Specialist Group meeting – he sees causes for both optimism and concern.
The head of technology for the NIHR Clinical Research Network says fitness apps are already being used to recruit people to clinical trials; but there are some hurdles to their being used in healthcare.
The high-profile leader of Bristol’s Connecting Care shared records programme, is to become the new head of the British Computer Society’s Health Group.
The new chair of UKCHIP is urging the various bodies involved in representing NHS IT and information staff to work together to strengthen informatics professionalism.
The Royal College of Physicians has received a Future Hospital report calling for a radical shake-up of acute general medicine, underpinned by IT. Lyn Whitfield reports on the proposals and reaction to them.
BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT, has called for England to follow in the footsteps of the US by ensuring that all health organisations are using electronic patient records within five years.
The chair of BCS Healthcare, Matthew Swindells, has told a conference in Glasgow that the challenge for NHS informaticians “has never been greater.”
The newly appointed head of BCS Health has called for informaticians to “step up to the plate” and lead change within the NHS.
The British Computer Society has confirmed Christine Connelly and Martin Bellamy as key speakers at its HC2009 event. Christine Connelly, chief information officer for health, will be opening the three day event, which takes place 28-30 April in Harrogate. Connelly is expected to address health informatics in a broad sense, including how it affects policy […]