Dame Fiona Caldicott, the National Data Guardian, will be meeting health and Home Office officials to discuss controversial data scheme for catching illegal immigrants at the point of care.
The south west London trust is concerned about patient safety as it outlines issues with unreliable data, fragile IT infrastructure and ransomware attacks.
In the second part of a two-part look ahead to 2017, Digital Health News asked some UK digital health leaders for their predictions for the year to come.
A new role has been created to ensure data consistency across the Care Quality Commission and NHS Improvement.
Preventable deaths are going unrecorded in the NHS, and disjointed IT systems are partly to blame, according to a Care Quality Commission report.
A private insurer is offering UK customers super cheap Apple Watches with its policies but there’s a catch (or two).
You shoot flares and navigate a boat on your phone. And somehow it helps fight dementia.
A new study into the marketplace for stolen medical records has found that stolen medical records data does not yet eclipse the value of stolen financial services data, which remains far easier to exploit.
A multi-million-pound data project to improve health care across the north of England has been unveiled, giving academics new access to anonymised health data.
Public health services have been denied access to health data vital to doing their job, a report from the Commons health select committee says.