Digital Health Unplugged: Interoperability in action: empowering improved outcomes through connecting care records
This episode of Unplugged takes a look at interoperability in practice and empowering improved health outcomes through connecting care records.
Alison MacDonald, senior VP and global lead, EHR implementation at Nordic Consulting, says the UK EPR market will never be dominated by one system.
Urgent action is needed to address NHS computer failings which are causing harm to patients, BBC has reported, citing the patient safety watchdog.
Is it time to stop reaching for interoperability and start thinking instead about “intelligent decision making”? Jennifer Trueland reports.
The most successful start-ups in the NHS will be those that see their relationship with the health service as a partnership, Professor Joe Harrison said.
Providers and integrated care systems should seize the opportunity to refresh and future-proof their interoperability strategies, writes Selina Sachar from Rhapsody’s UK leadership team.
The conversation on interoperability has shifted. It is no longer discussed as a technology problem, but rather as a complex change that depends upon relationships and culture. Jennifer Trueland investigates the new willingness to face up to the challenges and barriers that stand in its way.
South London and Maudsley mental health trust has partnered with ReStart on a new antipsychotic blood test system to help speed up the wait for results.
A report by The King’s Fund has highlighted the importance of relationships and technology for interoperability to progress in integrated care systems.