A report by the House of Commons Health Committee warns that public health teams are not able to do their jobs effectively, because they can’t get access to NHS data.
Draft sustainability and transformation plans suggest major changes to the NHS. Will digital be able to soften some of the blow?
The NHS service that manages donated blood, tissues and organs already relies on Microsoft Azure to host many systems and services and increasingly views it as a great place to slice and dice big medical data.
With all eyes on Tony Blair and the Chilcott Report, the government decided yesterday would be a good day to put paid to one of its most controversial data initiatives, care.data. Where to now for NHS information sharing?
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.
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'.
The NHS wants to use our data for 'big data' projects to improve services. But a new report this week suggests that maybe it isn't quite ready to be trusted.
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.
Director for patients and information, Tim Kelsey, states that there is an “endemic problem” of not using data in the NHS, which is causing problems for patients. But care.data will be relaunched.
Cloud doesn't get mentioned once in the NHS's five year plan. Guest contributor Gary Flood wonders if this indicates rejection or ignorance of the cloud's potential?
Junking Excel and opaque working practices for a centralized HR system transforms HR case management and cuts costs - and the users like it too.
The free health service has had a troubled past when it comes to complicated technology projects
Privacy experts are going to run with this, but we need to take a more balanced look at what the benefits and risks are