A tribute to ‘inspiring, witty and pioneering’ John Fox
In late August this year John Fox died from cancer, leaving behind an incredible legacy that will continue to have an impact in for years to come.
New £11m programme to explore AI in lung cancer diagnosis
Clinical, imaging and molecular data will be combined for the first time using AI with the aim of more accurately and quickly diagnosing lung cancer.
AI and Analytics
Oxford University launches Covid-19 government response tracker
The Covid-19 Government Response Tracker contains data from 73 countries and records the actions governments have taken in response to coronavirus.
Industry news in brief
Industry nibs include nominated trusts in the running for best global digital exemplar, major contract deals and what NHS trusts spend per day on PCs.
`Ground-breaking’ deal in Oxford sees NHS products commercialised
University of Oxford and Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust to receive an aggregate £5 million of equity in Drayson Technologies.
Digital Patient 1
Healthcare IT news round-up
The healthcare IT round-up includes new drug theft preventative software, a trust’s digitisation of its HR records and the ICO’s new grant programme.
Healthcare IT news in brief
In this week’s health IT round-up we cover the NHS calling in military help on cyber attack, a tweeting surgeon, and an alternative to NHSmail.
Health IT news in brief
This week’s round-up of Health IT news includes free wi-fi for GP practices, a new IT direction for Harrogate and the race between paper and software.
Half a billion images migrated at Oxford acute trust
One of the largest data migrations in the UK has been successfully undertaken at the Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, as part of a move to a new digital imaging system.
Oxford develops e-observations system
An electronic patient observations system has been developed and rolled out in Oxford.