The UK government has been lambasted once again by an influential committee for failing to properly deliver an NHS IT project. It serves as a timely reminder for 2016.
After his appearance on Constellation’s digital health care panel, David Chou gave Jon some strong views on why digital matters to health care – and why it stalls out.
Instead of spending time trying to understand processes in an attempt to better manage risk, NHS Education for Scotland is utilising ServiceNow to create ‘everything as a service’.
Salesforce is delivering its first two industry-focused clouds. John Wookey, EVP of Salesforce Industries, explains how the firm will be partnering to deliver vertical solutions.
London hospital works with software company ThinkVitals to create a mobile application for identifying and escalating critical health situations
Fifty years ago Weight Watchers was about weekly meetings and calorie counting among friends. Now you can do all that from your wrist and it doesn’t cost you anything. That’s why the firm needs a digital transformation plan.
Precision medicine is so important that it’s on President Obama’s mind every morning. Why? Because the technology to manage data at scale can change health care for the better. In her first diginomica piece, SAP’s Enakshi Singh explains the potential.
Data projects in health organisations have faced problems of late. But Scotland’s co-creation approach, with its use of Tableau, could be about to change that.
Another healthcare IT mess in the UK should act as a timely reminder of how important the work of various international governments digital agencies really is.
The Major Projects Authority has given the NHS’s care.data programme a red rating – and its failure should serve as a reminder for challenges facing government-as-a-platform.
More than a quarter of English local authorities have introduced e-marketplaces to enable citizens to buy social care in a model not dissimilar to the US Health Insurance Marketplace. Will such platforms transform service delivery or simply end up replicating old models?
The London-based NHS Trust is on its way to being ‘paper-lite’ by Christmas. What does director of information management and technology Will Smart prescribe for other hospitals?
Britain’s final Budget statement before the country goes to the polls sees a major tranche of technology-centric plans being announced.