Research from BT suggests that almost half of NHS staff find digital technology a key source of stress. A new focus on user experience is essential to digital transformation, writes Mateen Jiwani.
A new £21 million investment in AI aims to modernise NHS diagnostics and improve wait times. But does the funding overlook other low-hanging fruit? Owen Hughes reports
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Most Integrated Care Systems are struggling to reach digital maturity. Learning from the best could help them catch up, write Catherine Davies of the Digital Healthcare Council, and Alyson Scurfield of TEC Services Association.
Artificial intelligence has huge potential in pathology. But to realise its benefits, suppliers should work with customers on use cases that build confidence in the technology, writes Chad Meyers from Clinisys
Ted Reynolds, Head of Healthcare for Restore Digital, explores the role data derived from archived patient records could play in population health management, while enabling a higher level of insight driven strategy.
The FCI is said to be falling apart with the Chair of Trustees and CEO at logger-heads with members and a series of bitter internal power struggles.
Digital solutions can improve information sharing and reduce the errors that cost lives. But they should be implemented carefully to avoid creating risks, writes Maureen Baker, from the Professional Record Standards Body.
Tech companies who have invested heavily in the healthcare market could do much more to help their NHS partners. But their hands are tied, writes Mizaic’s Jon Pickering
All non-specialist acute trusts must have procured a portal solution by September. In the light of NHS England’s mandate, Bruno Botelho, director of digital operations at a major London trust, explains how to roll out a portal that delivers huge benefits for patients and staff.
Patient privacy breaches pose significant threats to patients and healthcare organisations. It is time to confront the risks head on, writes Steer Health’s Sridhar Yerramreddy.