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.
DeepMind Health, is talking to trusts around England about implementing its technology. However, after cheap introductory deals, market rates would return.
An academic paper says “inexcusable” mistakes were made in the controversial deal between Google DeepMind Health and Royal Free to use patient data. Unsurprisingly, the AI company and NHS trust both disagree.
More than half a million pieces on NHS medical correspondents were lost for years, sparking an investigation into the potential harm to patients.
A major technology partner for England’s 100k Genome project says the sequencing a genome could soon cost less than US$100.
Dame Fiona Caldicott, the National Data Guardian, will be meeting health and Home Office officials to discuss controversial data scheme for catching illegal immigrants at the point of care.
Stockport NHS Foundation Trust says deploying an Acute Kidney Injury (AKI) alert system has help improve detection of the condition.
The south west London trust is concerned about patient safety as it outlines issues with unreliable data, fragile IT infrastructure and ransomware attacks.
After meeting with NHS data experts and tech companies, NHS England chief information officer Will Smart wants to push on with a new patient data collection scheme.
NHS England and NHS Digital meet with IT suppliers, including Google Deepmind and Microsoft, to discuss how to build new national patient data collection system.