A portal aggregating heart failure data for more than a hundred patients will be deployed in Buckinghamshire.
A rural northern county is benefiting from an online psychological family therapy service for patients with severe mental illness and their families.
The new director of the government’s online identity scheme has raised the possibility of rolling out the service in the NHS, despite concerns about its security.
More than 200,000 people have been through the Government’s flag ship attempt to improve digital health skills, a Tinder Foundation report says.
Guy’s and St Thomas’ Foundation Trust chief technology officer says that introducing a new digital booking system will save the trust the equivalent of £3.4 million a year.
Parents in London are being invited to register to use the eRedbook personal child health record.
John Lockley is worried about the Patient Online programme – and just how much work making the full GP record available to patients could entail.
This month’s round-up of mobile and app news includes an announcement from Apple that it is expanding its health initiatives with a new tool called CareKit, due to launch in April.
This month’s mobile round-up includes the results of a self-care study at a GP surgery in Bristol and news that diabetes remains the top priority treatment field for health app developers.
This week’s industry round-up includes the news that all trusts are now members of GS1 UK and some interesting wins for UK companies abroad.