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Informed, inspired care
Lincolnshire Health and Care’s Gary James explains how the county’s new integrated portal system will help transform healthcare for an ageing population
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Cognitive computing can transform the NHS
Andreas Haimböck-Tichy, director, Healthcare and Life Sciences, IBM UKI explains how cognitive systems can add “layers of value” for those involved in public healthcare
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Save my life, but not without consent
In a piece that first appeared on the BCS Chartered Institute for IT's Institutional Thinking blog, BCS Policy and Community director David Evans looks at the excruciating dilemma in a broken data system
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Why the NHS is putting a plaster on its gaping wound
Implementing a single collaborative platform accessible to all healthcare professionals is key to successful digital transformation in healthcare, says EMC's James Norman
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Communicating HSCN: Why the government must act now
Mark Hall, public sector director at Redcentric, looks ahead to the rollout of the Health and Social Care Network which is now expected in 2017
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Don't let an identity crisis stand in the way of health and care integration
Challenges in identifying patients and connecting their activity across multiple health and social care organisations cannot remain a barrier to integration, writes Connecting Care programme director Andy Kinnear
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Give staff the tools to deliver NHS change
TeleTracking Technologies vice-president and former paediatric specialist surgeon Dr Julia Fishman discusses how technology can help meet the challenge of delivering change in the NHS
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Click here for Social Justice
Labour MPs Stella Creasy and Chi Onwurah discuss how sharing data directly with citizens will help reform public services
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Informatics and the new normal of healthcare
Dr Cathy Kelly, medical director of Aridhia, discusses how Scotland's clinically-led use of informatics acts as an exemplar for the adoption of similar ambitious projects across the UK
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Data Sharing is Not Open Data
The Open Data Institute's technical director Jeni Tennison explains the difference between data sharing and open data, and how the two overlap
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'Mind the ambition gap' between NHS trusts
By David Bicknell
In this opinion piece, BCS Health's Justin Whatling and Luke Readman warn that in the pursuit of 'paperless' some trusts are naively seeking a minimalist strategy and creating an ambition gap to what is really needed
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Making a choice on the data sharing of medical records
Dr Neil Bhatia, GP and Caldicott Guardian for the Oaklands Practice in Yateley, Hampshire, spells out the implications and options for patients over NHS plans to share their medical data
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Consumerisation, the next big trend in healthcare?
IBM's Andy Collett explains how healthcare is following other customer-focused industries in thinking about people rather than patients, involving and interacting with them before, during and after care
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Making mobile working a reality
By Gill Hitchcock
Kent and Medway NHS trust's ICT director talks to Gill Hitchcock about the county's patchy Wi-Fi, the need for e-record integration and supporting social care networks
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Moorfields opens eyes to open source
By Gill Hitchcock
Moorfields eye hospital NHS trust's consultant surgeon Bill Aylward tells Gill Hitchcock about the benefits of developing patient software in-house
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