The NHS has undergone ‘tech transformations’ before, but Hancock is hoping that the use of common standards and interoperability will help drive the necessary change.
Blackpool Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust says temporary nursing staff really like being able to organise their work 24x7 from their smartphones
Matt Hancock backs ‘Automate the State’ proposal, published by low-tax pressure group with dubious funding links
Health Secretary Matt Hancock has been on a mission to overhaul technology across the NHS. However, by putting his name to the Taxpayers’ Alliance research, his credibility is undermined.
NHS Digital is working with IT suppliers to make child health information more easily accessible and further progress plans for a digital red book.
The Capacity Tracker tool aims to provide health and social care staff insight into the availability of care home vacancies, hopefully saving time and space.
NHSX is the new central digital unit for the National Health Service (NHS) and aims to mandate standards from the centre.
Nicola Blackwood gave a speech this week on the government’s digital strategy for the NHS, where she said we need to “move on” from the National Programme for IT.
Dr Sam Shah, director for digital development at NHS England, says adopting technology across the healthcare system can make a meaningful difference
UKCloud has been one of the UK tech sector’s greatest success stories in recent years, providing cloud infrastructure to the public sector.
Disparate systems and a fear about what information can be shared, which has been heightened by the introduction of GDPR, means care for children in their first three years is not as good as it could be.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock has this weekend announced that all NHS Trusts will be required to phase out pagers by the end of 2021.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock has said that new organisation will bring together tech leadership that will be responsible for changing technology transformation across the NHS.
People are pointing out to Health Minister Matt Hancock that promoting email use in the NHS isn’t exactly groundbreaking
The Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, Matt Hancock, has said that the NHS must stop relying on pen and paper and should instead be using email.