Daily Archives: April 28, 2016

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Digital health apps: they’re becoming a habit…

Daryl Foy, Doctoral research candidate in digital health, and co-founder of web app service dialog.fit on making a habit of health apps Some way, somehow, that is the ultimate aim, for digital health app vendors; to become something others feel compelled to use because it not only has value but it may actually be fun…

James Norman, public sector CIO, EMC, explores how technological complexities are creating challenges for the adoption of electronic patient records (EPRs).
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What are the challenges for healthcare’s digital future?

James Norman, public sector CIO, EMC, explores how technological complexities are creating challenges for the adoption of electronic patient records (EPRs). I recently attended the UK HIMSS Executive Leadership Conference, where this year’s focus was on building apps and solutions on top of EPRs. However, from my discussions at the event, many healthcare organisations may…

Stuart Taylor, Prime Advantage's health sector expert and chairman of the Carer's Trust, provides his take on how Brexit will affect the NHS.
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How Brexit will affect the NHS

Stuart Taylor, Prime Advantage’s health sector expert and chairman of the Carer’s Trust, provides his take on how Brexit will affect the NHS. The UK prides itself in the NHS; a fabulous service available to everyone and universally recognised for the quality of service, highly professional staff and the difference made to the health of…

Duane Lawrence
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Three ways technology is helping to improve patient outcomes

Duane Lawrence, managing director of EMIS Health secondary care highlights three ways in which EMIS technology is working for better patient outcomes Through interoperability Universal interoperability is the dream for anyone using technology, and nowhere more so than in the health sector. At home, it means your iPhone can “talk” to your television, and that…

Medisoft, a supplier of electronic medical records systems for hospitals, has become a recipient of the 2016 Queen’s Award for enterprise in innovation.
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Medisoft wins Queen’s Award for innovation

Medisoft, a supplier of electronic medical records systems for hospital eye departments, has become a recipient of the 2016 Queen’s Award for enterprise in innovation. The award was granted in recognition of Medisoft ’s success in transforming the practice of ophthalmology through its software product, Medisoft Ophthalmology, according to the company. Medisoft Ophthalmology is an…

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