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Don't let an identity crisis stand in the way of health and care integration
Challenges in identifying patients and connecting their activity across multiple health and social care organisations cannot remain a barrier to integration, writes Connecting Care programme director Andy Kinnear
Public Services > Healthcare > Features
Thinking 'BIG'....how will big data & analytics shape public services in 2016?
Sharon Bagshaw, vice president, Central Government, Defence and Health, IBM UK and Ireland discusses the potential for big data and analytics in the public sector to drive efficiency, innovation and engagement
Public Services > Central government > Features
It's the data, stupid: new technologies and public safety
As the public sector embraces new technologies, it is vital we stay ahead of the curve and ensure that our data systems are equipped to deal with them, says Euros Evans, chief technology officer of Airwave
Public Services > Blue light > Features
Why the cyber attack on TalkTalk should be a wake up call for all organisations
Nick Wilding, head of cyber resilience, AXELOS, explains why cyber security is not just about bits and bytes, it's about behaviour
Public Services > National security > Features
Theory & practice: digital transformation and the government
Ahead of IBM's forthcoming BusinessConnect 2015 event, Sharon Bagshaw, vice-president, central government and defence, IBM UK and Ireland, considers Whitehall's digital transformation progress
Public Services > Central government > Features
Sport England: Why an accessible website is important for us
Paul Cottam, head of editorial at Sport England, discusses the imperative of its websites and digital platforms delivering a satisfying user experience for every part of its user base
Public Services > Central government > Features
Deep cleaning NHS procurement
Lord Carter's report into NHS efficiency recommended that there should be a single electronic catalogue for procurement across all health bodies. Helen Lisle, associate director of procurement at County Durham & Darlington Foundation Trust, provides a coalface view of the report's recommendation and the implications of achieving it.
Public Services > Healthcare > Features
Building a bigger picture in Swindon to keep vulnerable children safe
Karen Reeve, head of children, families and community health at Swindon Borough Council, discusses the pioneering work the authority has been doing to ensure key information on vulnerable children can be shared more simply between health and social care teams
Public Services > Education > Features
Citizen CRM: Power To The People
Omni-channel and unified digital marketing are familiar to the commercial sector. Interestingly, these techniques are also starting to become of genuine interest to the public sector. One great example is Elmbridge Borough Council, says its Head of Customer Service, Dawn Crewe
Applications > CRM > Features
Set Cloud Free
Xavier Poisson Gouyou Beauchamps, EMEA vice president of HP Helion, discusses how the digital single market can help governments unleash the power of cloud
Public Services > Central government > Features
Let's talk: Building a public sector social network
Dr Tony Willis, Clinical Lead for IT at Hammersmith and Fulham CCG, explains how he created a niche social network for healthcare professionals and offers advice on using technology to encourage communication and collaboration in the public sector
Public Services > Healthcare > Features
Ever devolving circles: Distracting from service delivery or essential democratic evolution?
Eduserv's Jos Creese says digitally-based devolution can help address the underlying costs of public service provision -but depends on a national digital agenda to support it
Management > CIO > Features
Efficient, effective, practical: the digital policing transformation
Steve Norris, managing partner, criminal justice and emergency services at Telefónica UK discusses the help police forces could benefit from to make them as efficient and effective as possible
Business > Efficiency > Features
Process issues bar governments' take-up of paperless invoicing
Basware chief executive Esa Tihilä argues the UK government should take steps to save on the costs of invoicing by making the process automated and electronic. Such a move could save the UK up to £3bn a year, he says
Public Services > Central government > Features
Application Performance Management: the unsung servant of productivity gains worth millions
Bram Kainth, Islington Council's director of public realm explains how that long-time Cinderella of IT solutions, Application Performance Management (APM), is stemming productivity losses across a variety of departments, and in the process aligning IT with local government strategy at a council that directly employs more than 4,000 people
Public Services > Local government > Features
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