The latest movers and shakers in the health IT industry include a number of new faces at NHS Digital, hospital trusts and CCGs.
The UK government is investing £37.5 million in hubs connecting regional health and care data with genetic and biomedical information.
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Health secretary Matt Hancock has said more widespread use of apps in the NHS could make life easier for both patients and clinicians.
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New Secretary of State for Health and Social Care Matt Hancock says his top three priorities are workforce, technology and illness prevention.
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Results from a consultation with nurses and midwives on what is needed for nursing to play its part in digital transformation have been published.
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As NHS celebrates its 70th birthday today, professor Daniel Ray, director of data at NHS Digital, reflects on the three major milestones in data and technology that have impacted the health service and how digital could transform it still further.
Jeremy Hunt promised the app in September 2017 and has hailed it as a ‘world-first’ as it puts patients in the driving seat.
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The programme will highlight how the trust is using the digital Wirral Care Record, to overcome the health and social care challenges being faced.
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Theresa May has announced the health service’s annual budget will increase by 3.4% annually by 2023, describing it as a “birthday present” as the NHS nears its 70th anniversary.