The pandemic contributed to “worsening inequalities” with some people “left behind” in the surge in data-driven technologies, a new report has found.
Digital GP services has proved popular during the pandemic but more research is needed to understand the impact remote consultations have on care.
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Five organisations have joined the Health Foundation’s lab, which brings together analytical teams from across the country.
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The independent charity has launched its Data Analytics for Better Health strategy, which aims to tackle real world problems that affect people’s health.
The NHS needs a cash injection now, a transformation fund to support change, and a long-term review of its funding needs, think-tanks have told the Treasury in formal submissions to this year’s critical spending review.
An app created at NHS Hack Day Oxford is now being developed in association with the Health Foundation.
The government has promised that patients will have online access to their GP records by 2015; yet enthusiasm from GPs and patients is limited. Fiona Barr asks why.
Will the information revolution drive choice and quality in the NHS? Fiona Barr weighs up the evidence.
Presenting high quality data to patients is unlikely to directly drive improvements in the quality of care, according to a paper in the BMJ.
Free computerised cognitive behavioural therapy (CCBT) for depression has been made available online after a deal between software developers Ultrasis and the Mental Health Foundation. The online self-help program, Depression Relief, is available for a free four-week trial from a link on the Mental Health Foundation website. The system is a cut-down version of Ultrasis’ […]