Discussions around the power of data and analytics in the advancement of healthcare have seen no shortage of excitement and expectations from both providers and patients. With this, the invaluable role of data scientists has also been brought to the spotlight. However, their work includes a less appealing element that is both exhausting and time/resource-consuming: […]
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The development of a web based clinical portal by InfoFlex is transforming digital patient management in North Cumbria University Hospitals NHS Trust.
Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust has used a healthcare e-commerce solution since 2002, and in recent years has introduced a cloud-based catalogue system – making it far easier to share standardised data – and an inventory control system.
Our research found that 49% of GPs believe current demands are unsustainable and 45% say being able to make patient calls from home is the answer. Sesui explores how Flexible Cloud Communications in Primary & Urgent Care is Making a positive impact.
With the aim of streamlining clinical workflows and becoming paperless by 2020, North East London NHS Trust is well down the path to digital maturity.
As staff at Health and Social Care Northern Ireland (HSCNI) surveyed a landscape of disparate clinical systems, they harboured a vision: a comprehensive care record for every patient using HSCNI services. It’s a vision which has now been a reality for five years.
Enabling clinicians to spend less time on administration is an aim across all care settings. But with GPs receiving large quantities of information, the need in primary care is perhaps particularly pressing. Docman Connect provides a solution.
Deploying a core hospital system is a major undertaking for any Trust and can carry significant risk. System C has developed a standard deployment methodology, based on over 25 years of tried and tested experience leading to a 100% success rate.
According to latest research by Accenture, healthcare consumers continue to show strong use of digital technology for self-care, with mobile phones, social media and wearables showing a big upward swing.
Accenture Health, together with analysis and advisory company Oxford Analytica, spoke to CIOs in seven countries (including the UK) to understand their priorities and gather their views on the future of digital healthcare leaders.