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Integrated care and informatics: the challenge and the opportunities
Well thought-out informatics systems can serve as the building blocks of a fully integrated digital hospital that works seamlessly with GP services, argues Neha Ralhan
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CIO View: Enterprise architecture makes the difference between delivery or disaster
Gary Barnett, head of enterprise advisory at Kable-Current Analysis, explains why public sector CIOs must pay attention to enterprise architecture
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'Devo Manc' powers to eclipse London after Budget 2016 gains
Kable senior analyst Josh Hewer says pledge to devolve criminal justice functions to Greater Manchester could lead to an even more ambitious holistic ICT plan for the region
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Budget 2016: Osborne opts for tweaks over drastic overhauls
Kable chief analyst Jessica Figueras expects departmental efficiency reviews to keep civil servants on their toes, despite lack of eye-catching announcements
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Finding opportunity within the 'devolution momentum'
While the exact scope of devolution agreements may vary between local authorities, the ongoing dialogue can help strengthen relationships and drive demand for more shared knowledge and practices
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