Oxford University Hospitals begins using AI to help stroke recovery
Oxford University Hospitals has joined neighbouring trusts in using state-of-the-art technology to help more patients recover following a stroke.
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NIHR awards £4m to development of virtual reality treatments from NHS
The National Institute of Health Research (NIHR) has awarded £4 million to the development of virtual reality (VR) treatments from the NHS.
GDE profile: Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
In the first of a new series of Global Digital Exemplar profiles, Digital Health focuses on Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, where home grown apps and sophisticated analysis of data are at the core of digital strategy.
Digital Health interview: Sir Jonathan Michael
The long-time health IT advocate has retired from the NHS and joined 6PM. He talks to Digital Health news editor Rebecca McBeth.
Oxford looks to Antwerp for chief exec
Bruno Holthof has been appointed as the new chief executive of Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust, and listed the use of new technologies among his priorities for the organisation.
Oxford hits height in digital maturity
Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust has reached the top of EHI’s Clinical Digital Maturity Index following the roll-out of e-prescribing across all directorates.
Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust is starting to realise the benefits of its ‘big bang’ implementation of Cerner Millennium, Sam Sachdeva heard on a Health CIO summer school visit.
School’s in for summer
Sam Sachdeva talks to Daniel Ray and Jon Hoeksma about the Health CIO Network’s inaugural summer school in Oxford and what happens next.
Sharing and caring
Information sharing to support more integrated health and social care is back on the agenda. But what approaches are healthcare communities taking? And what works? Lis Evenstad and Lyn Whitfield report.
Tweets measuring quality of care
Healthcare bosses should be careful when using “unstructured” Twitter feedback to measure the quality of a hospital’s care, according to a study done by researchers from Imperial College and Oxford University.