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PREVENTABLE HARM IN HEALTHCARE

“Primum non nocere”,...


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Quality and Infocare

In our fast-changing online world, customers expect a business to be more...
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Do I need another X-ray?

I never really considered the history and impact of X-rays, until

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Data Security In
Dangerous Times

It is an irony of the times we live in, that, while the need for securing our data becomes more urgent and the consequences Read More...

Winter Pressures & Integration.

Year in and year out we have been used to hearing about the winter pressures that the NHS  Read More...

The challenge of delivering quality healthcare at a lower cost

The pressure on costs seems to be never ending for those involved in the delivery of Healthcare Read More...

Why implementing IT4IT has been a good decision

Delivering value is one team...


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Dying for Data

How conventional EHR’s are contributing to Physician burnout and what can be done.

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Just What Does AI Mean and Does it Matter?

When we say AI, depending on your age you will either think
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Point of care documentation:
A call to action

Driven by the Affordable Care Act, which was put into law in 2010, electronic health records (ehr’s) Read More...

Bloods, Blogs and Bleary-Eyes.

I recently attended an NHS IT Conference – it was about Innovation, new technology, a paperless Read More...

Will Nature or Nurture Win the Wearables Market?

There is only one way, that does not involve finding a magic money tree, that the...
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The Evolution of Microservices

Evolution is a constant feature of the Information Technology (IT) Industry.

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Choosing Healthcare IT:
A 5 point Checklist for Getting It Right

“Don’t ask Doctors what they want, they have no idea what they want!” Read More...

‘Can I have my record please?’

Only a few years ago, conversations around ‘who owns the patient record’ were not such a big issue,  Read More...

Bloods, Blogs and Bleary-Eyes.

Junior doctors enter the profession wide eyed, stethoscopes up, and ready to put their years of Read More...