This briefing features a lawsuit against UnitedHealth and InnoScot Health and Heriot-Watt University partnering for a webinar on medical device compliance.
With the award of the Federated Data Platform contract said to be delayed until mid-November, Digital Health’s Jon Hoeksma argues in an opinion piece that NHS England has yet to prove the case.
The government has admitted it is set to miss its goal of eliminating paper prescriptions by 2024, following a report on its pharmacy commitments.
YouTube is continuing with its efforts to verify UK health workers on its channel in a battle to tackle the growing problem of health disinformation.
Health Education England (HEE) is extending its use of BMJ Best Practice, a decision support tool that can integrate with electronic patient record systems.
The technology is often seen as “like magic” in healthcare but there is little scientific evidence to support its use in screening in breast cancer.
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All staff in England can now access BMJ Best Practice, a point of care tool that guides clinicians and healthcare professionals throughout clinical process.
Strategic leads at both a national and local level will be required to deploy video systems in the face of coronavirus, researchers wrote in the BMJ.
Attempts to set-up end-of-life electronic care systems are falling short, with many failing to reach the dying patients that need them, a new paper says.
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