The Government has now launched its test and trace programme which Prime Minister Boris Johnson previously described would be “world-beating”. The launch has not been without its teething problems. What impact will this system have?
The folks at NHS Digital have been exceptionally busy over the past 10 weeks. While advancements in digital health have progressed at an unprecedented rate, good innovations must be kept long after the Covid pandemic has finally been managed.
NHSX and NHS Digital have negotiated offers with telecommunications companies to help care homes and care providers get connected to the internet during the Covid-19 outbreak.
Artificial intelligence (AI) has proven its worth in medical applications of late, as around the world it is driving Covid-19 responses from viral tracking to diagnostics to vaccine research, writes technology and innovation policy expert Ryan Khurana.
A new app for the adult social care workforce in England has been launched to support staff on-the-go through the coronavirus pandemic.
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.