Doctorlink is a digital health solution that provides a digital front door to primary care services, allowing patients to undergo online symptom and triage assessments. Read our profile on this digital healthcare provider.
As the Government and its scientific advisers look to publish the modelling that has informed UK coronavirus strategy so far, Professor Terry Young, Director of Datchet Consulting, writes about what modelling can offer in this crisis.
The crest of the biggest wave of disruption the health sector has ever experienced is forming, as artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning and computer vision seek to make revolutionary changes to health and care.
A £140 million artificial intelligence (AI) award has been announced to boost life-saving AI innovations across the NHS. The Health and Care Secretary Matt Hancock announced the initiative at the Parliament and HealthTech Conference.
Digital transformation is now one of the key tenets of NHS progression, according to the NHS Long Term Plan (LTP). Yet for all its digital ambition, and almost a year after its publication, the LTP has failed to generate any real productivity gains for the healthcare sector.
None of us knows how artificial intelligence (AI) will change healthcare, but having experienced the earlier fibre optic revolution, I suspect we are in for some surprises, says Professor Terry Young
For system reform to be successful, the NHS needs to support integrated care implementation with investment in Health Information Technology (HIT). However, health leaders shouldn’t assume a single, fully-integrated, expensive solution is best, says Jason Helgerson, taking lessons from New York.
Recent data suggests that progress in fighting heart disease in the UK is slowing. David Duffy, Deputy Editor of ACJ, spoke to Simon Gillespie, Chief Executive of the British Heart Foundation, to discuss this worrying trend and what can be done.