Our most read stories of February 2016

With Valentines Day over and Easter fast-approaching, the second month of the year is already drawing to a close. We take a look at our most read stories from the last month. Two down and ten more to go…

Jeremy Hunt has faced a lot of negativity in the general media. DHA has listed a few things Hunt has said which may have turned popular opinions against him

Mr Hunt, did you really mean to say that?

This article highlights some of the things that Health Secretary, Jeremy Hunt, has said in the last few months that may have turned popular opinion against him and caused Andrew Marr to go as far as saying some people think of Hunt as “Toxic.”

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BBC NHS bias

How to lose friends and alienate doctors: lessons from the BBC

In this article the BBC stands accused (though not in a legal sense) of biased reporting on the future of the NHS. DHA’s David Gray takes a look at how the world’s most independent news outlet got it so wrong.

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Jeremy Hunt pledges £4bn towards a digital NHS

This month DHA reported that Health Secretary, Jeremy Hunt, had set out plans for a £4 billion investment in technology for the NHS. The money will be used to implement electronic records and online appointments, prescriptions and consultations.

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The digital health sector supports the European Commission ’s move to establish guidelines to assess the validity and reliability of data that health apps

Digital health firms welcome health app guidelines

This article displays how the digital health sector supports the European Commission’s move to establish guidelines to asses the validity and reliability of the data that health apps collect. Now Healthcare, Arkivum and more have voiced their support.

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Founding members of DigitalHealth.London, Mahiben Maruthappu and Dr Charlie Davie explain the significance of its launch. Launching Digital Health.London, a

Why DigitalHealth.London is so important

Guest authors and founding members of Digital.Health London, Mahiben Maruthappu and Charlie Davie explain the significance of its launch.

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