Labour is committed to digital and pinning hopes of NHS renewal on AI. But the shadow Health Secretary should understand there are no easy wins in digital transformation.
Labour will streamline the process for innovators in the health service and overhaul the NHS App if it is elected to government, Wes Streeting said.
Labour Leader Keir Starmer has identified technology as one of three key shifts his party will use to transform the health service.
The general election is tomorrow – but what does it all mean for the NHS and the healthcare IT sector in particular – we break down party promises.
The Labour Party has launched its manifesto for the upcoming general election, promising a more integrated health and care system, but not one that will make more use of IT.
Shadow health minister Andrew Gwynne came as close as any politician is likely to do for apologising for the National Programme for IT in the NHS this morning.
Shadow health secretary John Healey has said it is “largely unlikely” that the aims of the ‘information revolution’ will be achieved if the coalition is not prepared to invest in its development.
Almost £40m has been paid to two law firms for legal and commercial support for the National Programme for IT in the NHS.
NHS IT will face tough times over the coming year and there will be changes to the National Programme for IT in the NHS whoever wins the coming general election. That is the view of more than 20 politicians, analysts, suppliers and IT managers asked to look ahead to 2010 by E-Health Insider. Many of […]