Advanced are carrying out a forensic investigation into its recent ransomware attack which aims to find out whether patient data has been accessed.
Richard Craven considers some of the big developments in pathology and how technology will help laboratories to confront current challenges.
Advanced experienced issues with a number of health and care products, including its Adastra software which works with 85% of NHS 111 services.
Dr Helen Davies warns of the dangers of not aligning incentives when it comes to primary care reform and sets out the opportunity for tech-enabled change.
The CEO of eConsult, has spoken about what the introduction of ICSs could mean for healthcare IT and why they company is looking towards AI.
Heather Cook, interim UK managing director of Big Health, examines why digital innovation could hinge on simplified processes.
The effectiveness of technology which continually monitor blood glucose and automatically adjusts the amount of insulin given, will be tested.
In a piece for Digital Health, the minister for patient safety and primary care, Maria Caulfield, explores the recently announced rare diseases action plan.
Mike Farrar, a former chief executive of the NHS Confederation, shares 8 practical steps on how technology can help with stroke prevention and management.