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From helpless to happy – shifting learned helplessness in the NHS

Katrina Percy, CEO, Ryalto, writes about how health staff can be happier and more engaged in their roles. In his recent implementation plan, Julian Hartley, chief executive of Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, identified a huge challenge for the NHS: the number of staff it’s losing “from the bedside”. It’s the trend of staff choosing not to…


Philips highlights three key themes in Future Health Index report

Royal Philips has announced the publication of its Future Health Index (FHI) 2019 report: ‘Transforming healthcare experiences: Exploring the impact of digital health technology on healthcare professionals and patients’. The report focuses on the role digital health technology plays in improving both the individual citizen and the healthcare professional experience – two elements of the ‘Quadruple…


Digital innovation in healthcare should never require a ‘trust fall’

Mark Johnson, head of EMEA at Symphony looks at how healthcare organisations can balance digital transformation with maintaining customer trust. Digital innovation within the healthcare sector is at a tipping point. On the one hand, the benefits of digitisation are clear – especially when it comes to improving patient outcomes. In healthcare, digital innovation efforts…


AI: is it fake news for health and social care?

By Ian Jackson, medical director and clinical safety officer at Refero The Department of Health and Social care has refreshed its code of conduct for the use of artificial intelligence (AI) within the NHS. Standards and regulations are good, but I’m one of the growing number of healthcare technologists concerned by the frequency and misuse…

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