The Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) has launched the long-awaited NHS Covid-19 Test and Trace app. How does it work and is it the answer to containing the virus?
The daily struggle to balance the personal with the professional, the despair with the optimism, and the reality with the hopes for the future is the message being received from carers on the frontline writes Daniel Casson, Digital Advisor to Care England.
Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is planning to replace its paper appointment letters with a digital system, in a move that will see the Trust save at least £100,000 a year in postage costs alone.
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.
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.
Dr Chris Whittle is an NHS doctor turned Clinical Entrepreneur who wants to change the way people access healthcare in the face of the Covid-19 pandemic.