The world’s most famous AI company, Google DeepMind, is making plenty of friends in the NHS. But what does the company want with our health service and should we be worried? Laura Stevens reports.
After surviving controversies earlier this year, Royal Free London and AI firm Google DeepMind will work on an unprecedented partnership to improve to healthcare in the UK.
The Information Commissioner’s Office has confirmed that it is “aware” of concerns about a trust’s collaboration with Google DeepMind on an AKI alert system.
Google-owned artificial intelligence company DeepMind has launched a new division to work with NHS clinicians on developing technology to improve patient care.
An urgent care centre at the Royal Free Hospital is using Emis Web to conduct rapid assessments of patients, enabling it to discharge or divert 26,000 a year.
Barts Health NHS Trust has suspended reporting of its referral to treatment data to address “significant” IT problems.
Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust has had to deal with 18-week referral to treatment data quality issues following its acquisition of Barnet and Chase Farm Hospitals NHS Trust earlier this year.
The Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust has become the first Cerner Millennium trust in London to exit its National Programme for IT contract.
Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust has signed with Cerner to supply its electronic patient record system, application management and hosting services beyond the end of the trust’s national contract.
Two London Cerner trusts have confirmed they plan to stick with their Millennium electronic patient record systems beyond the end of their national contracts in 2015.