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Enabling efficient care in turbulent times
Dr Graham Evans, chief information and technology officer for North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust, explains how implementing an enterprise-wide electronic patient record is providing the foundations for joined up health and care
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IR35 is not about saving tax: it’s about protecting public services
Ethical Consulting managing director Mike Gibson says a version of IR35 is needed and valuable. But it needs to be appropriate and take into account the widest needs of our economy
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Government Computing focus for the rest of 2017
Once the General Election on June 8 is over, what issues will Government Computing be keeping an eye on editorially throughout the remainder of 2017?
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Changing the way the NHS does business
Now the PEPPOL network for e-invoicing is in place, which method is best for your organisation, CloudTrade's Richard Manson asks
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EU GDPR: One year Left to Comply
With the clock now starting to tick louder down to GDPR, Richard Stiennon, chief strategy officer of Blancco Technology Group, sets out the steps organisations should take to achieve compliance
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Nobody should have to die because we didn’t apply a security patch…
David Evans, director of policy and community for BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT, says the impact of the cyber attacks reiterates a need for the creation of a recognised cadre of accountable professionals working in NHS IT and the wider public sector
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A new approach to health and care informatics
It’s not every day that you can say that you’re starting something that will change peoples’ lives for the better – however, for me, today is one such day, writes BCS’ David Evans
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NHS facing connectivity challenges as free WiFi hotspot deadline approaches
As the 2020 deadline fast approaches, an NHS trust in the north midlands is working to implement a viable and robust digital WiFi solution, notes WiFi SPARK’s Tracy Scriven
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Essex’s smart summit's retail thinking will explore how digital can change people’s lives
By David Bicknell
County council also sees PSN and ubiquitous networks as key to streamlining public service, ‘taking the walls down’ and increasing collaboration
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Local focus to investment needed to resolve care crisis
In response to the NAO report into health and social care integration, Jos Creese argues that a fundamental rethink is needed, on which local government must be fully engaged
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The paradigm shift in healthcare
Tameside GP Dr Amir Hannan says technology is changing the way we live our lives. But there are long waiting times in A&Es and GP surgeries. He asks, “How can we transform healthcare?
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Collaborating to connect care: People need to be bigger than their organisations
Jocelyn Palmer, programme manager of Connecting Care Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire, argues that while information governance can be viewed by some as a barrier to sharing information, it needn’t be a blocker
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Integrated Healthcare: new care model vanguards provide a blueprint for success
Dr. Donal Collins, clinical lead for the multi-specialty community provider ‘Better Local Care” in Gosport, says technology – and particularly, data – are key enablers in realising a new and better form of care
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Integrated healthcare requires a more open approach to Health IT
Tony Shannon, the clinical lead for Ripple, discusses the thinking behind building an integrated digital care record platform, underpinned by an open architecture
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Platforms, not proprietary technology, must power integrated health and care
In the latest of our articles in Health and Social Care Week, Leeds City Council’s chief digital officer Dylan Roberts says the only way the integration of health and social care can succeed is by adopting platforms that allow us to bring different technology and information systems together
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