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Health care online: the role of regulation in keeping patients safe

Blog post 16/10/2017Sophie Castle-Clarke

With an increase in online health care providers, Sophie Castle-Clarke discusses some of the problems it presents, the safeguarding measures already in place, and what should happen next.

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Technology and the NHS

Spotlight 17/08/2017

Technology in the NHS has the potential to transform health services and patient experience. But getting it right can be challenging. Here we look at opportunities, barriers to success and how technological change can be successfully implemented.

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Proper Planning Prevents…

Blog post 19/05/2017Helen Buckingham

What lessons can be taken for future major incident planning from the NHS cyber attack? Helen Buckingham reflects and reports back from our New Cavendish Group.

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Nigel Edwards on using patient-level data to improve treatment

Press release 15/05/2017

Nigel Edwards responds to the Royal Free NHS Foundation Trust's work with DeepMind and the use of patient data.

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Achieving digital maturity: Hedging our bets

Blog post 23/03/2017Sophie Castle-Clarke

Organisational excellence or whole-system change? Sophie Castle-Clarke weighs up Global Digital Exemplars vs Sustainability and Transformation Plans.

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How 'thinking like a patient' helped us get our patients online

Blog post 18/11/2016Dr Aumran Tahir

Dr Aumran Tahir, Founder of GP Collaboration AT Medics, reflects on the culture change they embarked on in order to get their patients using online bookings and other services.

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Digital technology can transform patients’ lives, but impact on the NHS is uncertain, experts find

Press release 16/11/2016

Digital technology for patients and staff in primary care is one of the brightest hopes on the NHS horizon – but the impact of this new digital capability is far from certain.

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Developing care for a changing population: Patient engagement and health information technology

Report 13/05/2016Angela Coulter | Dr Ben Mearns

This discussion paper highlights three applications of health information technology for people with complex health conditions, and lays out principles to bear in mind when designing, promoting and implementing health information technologies.

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Digital requirements for new primary care models

Report 07/04/2016Sophie Castle-Clarke | Stephanie Kumpunen | Sílvia Machaqueiro | Natasha Curry | Candace Imison

This briefing looks at emerging changes in primary care, and how digital technology can help managers and clinicians to deliver them.

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Technological change: let us not forget the workforce

Blog post 25/02/2016Dr Harpreet Sood

Drawing on his own experiences in the US, Dr Harpreet Sood, Senior Fellow to the NHS England Chief Executive, outlines technological advancements in health care will fail to progress unless the workforce is engaged along the way.

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