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.
Accountable Care Journal spoke with Colette Goldrick, Director, NHS Engagement, and the Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry (ABPI) Northern Ireland, about the importance of creating an ecosystem for life sciences collaboration.
With the echoes of Black Rod still ringing in Central Lobby from nine weeks ago, Her Majesty the Queen outlined the priorities of Boris Johnson’s new government with slightly less pomp and ceremony than usually accompanies a Queen's Speech. Unsurprisingly, the NHS was high on the list of priorities.
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.
Different time zones but the same emphasis on improvement methods. Juliette Price, Solutions Architect for Helgerson Solutions, discusses working across sectors to address the social determinants of health in the US and UK at the Public Policy Projects Annual Conference 2019.
While awareness of the issue is far too low, indoor air pollution poses a deadly threat to our health and wellbeing.
The NHS has become one of the most important issues for electors as they ready themselves to hit polling stations. With less than 24 hours to go, Ben Howlett, Managing Director of Public Policy Projects, offers his assessment of where the parties stand on health and care.
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