In our next Industry Spotlight, Maja Dragovic speaks to Erkan Akyuz, chief executive at Lyniate, about the company’s mission to advance interoperability in healthcare.
In our latest Industry Spotlight, Vivienne Raper spoke to Cerner’s senior nursing executive, Patience Chinwadzimba, about what she feels lies ahead for digital nursing.
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Digitising patient pathways could help reduce the number of trips people have to make to different healthcare settings. Jennifer Trueland spoke to Tina Marshall from Visiba Care about what lies ahead for patient pathways technology.
While working as a hospital chief nurse, and trying to understand why a digital project was proving challenging, Rhonda Collins encountered the concept of cognitive load. It’s an idea that’s now central to her work at clinical communications company Vocera, as Claire Read discovers.
No sector is safe from cyber attacks, especially healthcare. So how should organisations be protecting their medical devices? Jennifer Trueland spoke to Greg Murphy from Ordr about the risks involved.
Interoperability is often cited as a high priority for NHS IT leaders and is seen as critical to the sharing of data, however it can be a challenge to deliver. In our latest Industry Spotlight, Hannah Crouch spoke to Mike Symers and Russell Blackmore from ReStart about why a phased and open approach to interoperability might be the way forward.
Planning and implementing a technology project in a healthcare setting can be a tough challenge for any IT team. The success of such a project can come down to a number of factors, but the relationship between the parties involved is often key. In the latest edition of our Industry Spotlight series, Hannah Crouch spoke to Kyle Davies of technology solutions provider CDW and Peter Hughes of Stockport NHS Foundation Trust about its recent data infrastructure update project and why partnerships are so important during the implementation phase of a technology project and beyond.
Victoria Smith had got used to seeing only incremental progress in healthcare’s embrace of mobile devices. But with Covid she has seen a major change, and it’s one she hopes mobile device management firm Jamf can sustain and support.
At the beginning of 2020, Better made a notable new hire: Matt Cox, who will be establishing its first ever UK and Ireland office. In the latest of Digital Health’s Industry Spotlight series, Claire Read speaks to Cox.
Chris Scarisbrick is in no doubt that artificial intelligence is here to stay and that it can transform the efficiency and effectiveness of healthcare. But he also argues that if it is truly to make a difference, procurement processes will need to be changed and vendors closely involved.
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