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NHS Digital Pioneer Fellowship Showcase 2019: Creating leaders who deliver impact through digital transformation Our current cohort of 23 Fellows – a mix of front-line NHS clinicians and healthcare professionals, will be graduating in February 2019. They have spent a year with us as a Digital Pioneer Fellows driving digital transformation within their healthcare organisations, for […]
In Summer 2017, Faye Edwards, NHS Digital Pioneer Fellow, was about to become the national Programme Manager for Atrial Fibrillation (AF) on behalf of the AHSN Network. What did she need to do to become a digital leader?
The NHS Digital Pioneer Fellowship programme is a critical pathway towards the successful implementation of digital solutions to make the NHS fit for the future. Applications deadline extended to Sunday 20 January 2019. Apply now...
This event will provide insight into key current and future aspects of the wider UK health and care landscape. Speakers will discuss the implications of the NHS long-term plan, the priorities of the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, and what these mean for health and social care.
Exploring how technology will play a central role in realising the Long Term Plan, helping clinicians use the full range of their skills, reducing bureaucracy, stimulating research and enabling service transformation.
After being introduced through the DigitalHealth.London Accelerator programme, the North West London Collaboration of Clinical Commissioning Groups has signed an agreement with Inhealthcare. They will roll out the next generation of digital technologies to make it easier to access health and care services at a fraction of the cost.
The long-anticipated NHS Long Term Plan, covering the next 10 years, was published today. The six chapters include measures to prevent 150,000 heart attacks, strokes and dementia cases, better access to mental health services for adults and children, and mainstreaming digitally-enabled care.
With over a million UK children experiencing communication difficulties that are likely to persist into adulthood, could digital therapeutics offer self-management tools to improve functioning and reduce the burden of the underlying impairment?
From the convenience of your phone, you can monitor growth milestones, record blood sugar levels, receive cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) to treat depression and anxiety, and come ‘face-to-face’ with a doctor through the GP-at-hand service. So what, if anything, does a parent need to know when trawling through the ever expanding library of apps?
New standards setting out the requirements needed to develop digital health technologies for the NHS were published today, Monday 10 December 2018. The standards will accelerate the uptake of products like healthcare apps and wearable devices across the NHS.