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  1. News Article
    In an eleventh-hour decision NHS England has halted the automatic, blanket roll-out of a scheme that would have given all NHS patients in England prospective online access to their GP-held records the day before it was due to come in. The high-profile scheme to enable patents to automatically view their GP records via the NHS app by 30 November, has been a key digital promise by successive Conservative health secretaries. The last-minute u-turn came following a series of talks between the British Medical Association (BMA) and NHS England, in which the BMA made clear many practices
  2. Content Article
    Coordinate precise messaging across multiple communication channels, including print when appropriate for particular patients, to drive desired patient behaviour Leverage insight at the person level through persona groups developed with multiple data points and machine learning See what’s working – and what isn’t – and continuously adjust the communications strategy accordingly.
  3. Content Article
    The involvement and understanding of the end user is pivotal to the success of any digital health solution, intervention and initiative. Healthcare companies and start ups can improve adoption by engaging members of the healthcare community and the public in creating better digital healthcare systems that will improve access to care, are more inclusive, augment existing systems and address the real immediate issues. Integrate technology into the overall patient journey, focus on improving the existing system and address the immediate challenges. Ensure relevance
  4. Content Article
    The What Good Looks Like framework has 7 success measures: Well led. Ensure smart foundations. Safe practice. Support people. Empower citizens. Improve care. Healthy populations.
  5. News Article
    The NHS App will soon be updated with features to help offer people in England more personalised care. It is part of the government's plan for a digital revolution to speed up care and improve access while saving the health service time and money. By March 2023, more users will receive messages from their GP and be able to see their medical records and manage hospital elective-care appointments. By March 2024, the app should offer face-to-face video consultations. The government's ambition is for at least 75% of adults to be using it by March 2024. Currently, less than half
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    Digital technologies are transforming the way in which health and care is delivered. They have played a crucial role in enabling the delivery of services during the pandemic and are set to continue to play a pivotal role in the design, delivery and innovation of health and care going forward. This event will take a deep dive into the practical implementation of digital solutions in health and care. We will explore how data insights and technology are being used to improve care, access and user experience against the backdrop of the impact of Covid-19. Sessions will also provide an op
  7. Event
    Through multidisciplinary lectures from expert speakers and lively panel discussions, this Royal Society of Medicine conference will look at the current cybersecurity threats facing health and care organisations and examine the progress made by healthcare institutions since 2017 in rising to the challenge of cybersecurity. We will focus on the issues facing the NHS today and the steps that NHS organisations should take to protect themselves. Attendees will learn how cybercriminals and hostile nation-states pose a threat to patient safety and trust. Delegates will hear from NHSX, NHS Digit
  8. Content Article
    This white paper focuses on three objectives to achieve person-centred care: People have choice, control and support to live independent lives People can access outstanding quality and tailored care and support People find adult social care fair and accessible It sets out a range of policies that the Government will implement over the next three years, working with the care sector and its users. These policies include: at least £300 million to integrate housing into local health and care strategies, with a focus on increasing the range of new supported housing
  9. News Article
    One week ago NHSX published the first of its kind Digital Clinical Safety Strategy – but what do industry leaders think of the framework? The strategy aims to help the NHS provide a safer service when using digital technology, including through training and better use of data. Speaking to Digital Health News, Natasha Phillips, CNIO and director of patient safety at NHSX, said there was a clear demand for training in digital clinical safety in the NHS and that frontline staff were “excited” about learning more on using technology to improve safety. The strategy aims to set out a
  10. Content Article
    Part 1 of the Digital Clinical Safety Strategy provides an introduction to patient safety and defines digital clinical safety. It summarises the evidence base behind this strategy and it explains the regulatory and policy context for the strategy. Part 2 sets out the Digital Clinical Safety Strategy. It directly links to the NHS Patient Safety Strategy, mirroring its structure, which highlights ‘Insight, Involvement and Improvement’, as three strategic priorities for safer systems and safer cultures. Actions are outlined for each of these three areas. The strategy specifies 23 actions, wh
  11. News Article
    A new nursing digital documentation service is expected to roll out across Wales. Nurses will soon be able to use a mobile tablet to help perform their assessments in adult inpatient settings with the hope the new system will be more time efficient and improve accuracy. The project, led by NHS Wales and funded by the Welsh Government, will see nurses replacing paper documentation with digital ones. As part of the new digital implementation, a clinical nursing informatics lead is now employed in each health board. Hospitals in Hywel Dda University Health Board, followed by Swa
  12. News Article
    Health and social care secretary Matt Hancock delivered a ‘future of healthcare’ speech to the Royal College of Physicians on Thursday and laid out seven lessons from the health and care response to Covid-19 that he wants to see retained. If followed through, some of his points would mark significant shifts in policy and Conservative thinking. However, Hancock said it was important to “build better” in the way that London was built better after the Great Fire in 1666. Hancock’s seven points were: the NHS must value people and ‘bust bureaucracy’ that gets in their way; the future is “collabora
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