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Picking up speed
By David Bicknell
What lessons are being learned about how the public services network (PSN) is developing? Our latest Q&A discussion offers some answers
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'PSN1' motorway: opening this year
By David Bicknell
The creation of the public services network mirrors the fledgling days of the UK's motorways in the Sixties: the infrastructure is in place, but, says David Bicknell, the surrounding security and services still must evolve to fully support the traffic
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Kelsey turns up heat on trusts over NHS digital agenda
By David Bicknell
Commissioning Board director warns NHS that 'journey' to digital data must be quicker than in financial services sector
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The NAO report and PSN - a PSNGB perspective
In a guest article, PSNGB director Neil Mellor says cheaper ICT doesn't necessarily mean better government. A measure of value must be extended to encompass the additional benefits that ICT can enable
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Are paperless hospitals achievable by 2018?
In a specially commissioned opinion piece Dr Justin Whatling, Chair BCS Health, The Chartered Institute for IT and Luke Readman, Director of Informatics, CIO, Barts Health NHS Trust argue that focusing on the 'when' of electronic patient records technology risks forgetting the 'why'.
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Digital Health
By David Bicknell
Rachel Neaman tells David Bicknell about her digital leadership role at the Department of Health, seeing beyond 'technology' and driving cultural change and new ways of working to create a digitally enabled organisation
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G-Cloud 'will be a complete game-changer'
By Charlotte Jee
Programme director Denise McDonagh explains how G-Cloud is reducing costs, enabling agility and driving change across government
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PSN Q&A: developing the possibilities
Join us on Monday at 12.00 for a Government Computing - BT online discussion on the continuing development of shared services and the public services network (PSN)
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The Progress of PSN
In the latest article in our Predicting 2013 series, Mark Langdale, Director of PSN for BT Global Services, looks ahead to what 2013 will mean for the Public Services Network
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Making mobile working a reality
By Gill Hitchcock
Kent and Medway NHS trust's ICT director talks to Gill Hitchcock about the county's patchy Wi-Fi, the need for e-record integration and supporting social care networks
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NHS Direct maps out its future
By Gill Hitchcock
Chief executive Nick Chapman tells Gill Hitchcock about moving to NHS 111 and the barriers to telehealth
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Telehealth: GPs have yet to see the benefits
Dr Andrew Buist of the Scottish BMA GP committee tells Gill Hitchcock that telehealth is driven by politicians who like 'new sexy new machines'
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Moorfields opens eyes to open source
By Gill Hitchcock
Moorfields eye hospital NHS trust's consultant surgeon Bill Aylward tells Gill Hitchcock about the benefits of developing patient software in-house
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Public sector IT careers get spice of life as economic uncertainty bites
By Mark Samuels
Public sector IT careers get spice of life as economic uncertainty bites
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