Three people on average still die in the UK every day waiting for a transplant. Technology can play a key role in reducing this number.
The National Data Guardian for Health and Care has reinforced her views on promoting the sharing of data within the NHS and giving the public opt-outs.
The Veterans Affair Department is betting on a huge investment to modernize operations. But it doesn't have a great track record of success. Will this time be different?
The Public Accounts Committee has found that NHS England and a privately contracted company - NHS SBS - woefully mishandled sensitive patient data.
As director of informatics at the NHS Trust, Christine Walters, is getting doctors and nurses to use their keyboards and away from mounds of paper.
The National Audit Office’s report into the WannaCry cyber attack in May highlights a shocking lack of insight and control within the NHS.
Baroness Dido Harding was the CEO of TalkTalk during a major security breach and has now been recommended for appointment as the chair of NHS Improvement.
Delivering vital healthcare services to those facing substance abuse and mental health issues is a matter of urgency that digital technologies can address.
Taking a bet on The New was a good gamble for Accenture and has left CEO Pierre Nanterme excited, to say the least.
Chief Pharmaceutical Officer for the Scottish Government, Rose Marie Parr, outlines digital plans for improving pharmaceutical care across Scotland.
It will combine Microsoft Office365 with its EPR to aid productivity – and stop doctors feeling they need to send texts to do their jobs.
Why has a 179-year old charity decided to switch outsource partners and commit to cloud and service management?
FutureGov founder and MD, Dominic Campbell, argues that SMEs have just as much, if not more, to offer the public sector than large corporates.