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Why the NHS can lead the world in AI technology

By Panos Constantinides and Simon Rasalingham write in Warwick Business School on the uses of AI within the NHS. A recent Lancet editorial pointed out that, “in the span of their professional lives a radiologist will read more than 10 million images, a dermatologist will analyse 200,000 skin lesions, and a pathologist will review nearly 100,000 specimens”….

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For patients’ sake, GPs must embrace the digital future

First featured in The Times, Dr Murray Ellender, London GP and co-founder of eConsult, explains why online consultations are critical to the future of general. Few now question that harnessing technology and digital innovation is critical to the future of the NHS. The model of booking a face-to-face appointment with your GP has barely changed…

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Can technology help the NHS cut the costs of clinical errors?

Rob Wake, country manager, Clinical Effectiveness, Wolters Kluwer Health, writes about how Clinical Decision Support (CDS) technology can help the NHS boost efficiency and reduce unnecessary tests. In 2014, the NHS in England published a report in which it predicted there would be a £30 billion mismatch between resources and patient needs by 2020/21. In…

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Hacking Healthcare: Protecting patients’ privacy

Hospitals and healthcare providers are under increasing attack from cyber criminals looking to extract valuable medical records. Jesper Johansson, CISO at Yubico looks at what they should do to keep the hackers out.  Medical records are now more sought after by hackers than financial data. According to The Independent, patient information can be worth ten…

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