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Digitisation or Transformation? The significance behind the name change of the government strategy
Toplevel strategy director Jane Roberts says digitisation is not a summit to be reached, a goal or achievement in itself; it’s a process that is dynamic and can be constantly revised and improved to fulfil its potential
The paradigm shift in healthcare
Tameside GP Dr Amir Hannan says technology is changing the way we live our lives. But there are long waiting times in A&Es and GP surgeries. He asks, “How can we transform healthcare?
Public Services > Healthcare > Features
Collaborating to connect care: People need to be bigger than their organisations
Jocelyn Palmer, programme manager of Connecting Care Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire, argues that while information governance can be viewed by some as a barrier to sharing information, it needn’t be a blocker
Public Services > Healthcare > Features
The Hidden Talent Pool
Could the hidden talent pool help fill the IT skills gap? Sheila Flavell, chief operating 0fficer of FDM Group, recently briefed MPs on the subject, based on its own research
Management > Skills > Features
Integrated Healthcare: new care model vanguards provide a blueprint for success
Dr. Donal Collins, clinical lead for the multi-specialty community provider ‘Better Local Care” in Gosport, says technology – and particularly, data – are key enablers in realising a new and better form of care
Public Services > Healthcare > Features
Integrated healthcare requires a more open approach to Health IT
Tony Shannon, the clinical lead for Ripple, discusses the thinking behind building an integrated digital care record platform, underpinned by an open architecture
Public Services > Healthcare > Features
Platforms, not proprietary technology, must power integrated health and care
In the latest of our articles in Health and Social Care Week, Leeds City Council’s chief digital officer Dylan Roberts says the only way the integration of health and social care can succeed is by adopting platforms that allow us to bring different technology and information systems together
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The ‘IT Crowd’ can help to deliver more integrated care
In the second of our opinion pieces in Health and Social Care Week, Karl Goatley, director of IT at Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, says a fresh approach to IT for healthcare is taking hold
Management > CIO > Features
Health and social care: how technology should stimulate fundamental change
Jos Creese, principal analyst at the Eduserv Executive Briefing Programme, says delivering integrated health and social care is so much more than a job for the IT team
Infrastructure > Cloud > Features
Public sector IT predictions for 2017
Imran Razzaq, public sector business lead at MarkLogic looks into his crystal ball and discusses the year’s likely trends
Public Services > Central government > Features
Government Computing Focus for early 2017
What issues will we be keeping an eye on editorially in 2017?
Public Services > Central government > Features
Data is the 21st Century’s oil. And the government must ensure its engine is ready
Aingaran Pillai, chief executive and founder of Zaizi, says effective use of data in government is the future. But Whitehall needs to take a close look at its digital transformation processes, because the cracks can no longer be papered over
Public Services > Central government > Features
Can technology open the door to joined up health and social care?
Technology has a pivotal role to play in delivering successful health and social care integration, says Mark Raeburn, managing director of Capita One
Public Services > Healthcare > Features
The future of health is digitally empowered - and the possibilities are endless
Andreas Haimboeck-Tichy, director, Healthcare and Life Sciences, IBM UK & Ireland, discusses the growing applications of cognitive technology for the healthcare industry
Public Services > Healthcare > Features
Why government should ring-fence £4 million for local data scientists
Tom Symons, principal researcher in government innovation at Nesta, says a data revolution is coming to local government, but it needs a helping hand from Whitehall
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