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Launch of new digital programme is the way forward for Healthy London Partnership
PhysioTools launches new PT Momentum app worldwide.
PhysioTools and GoodLife Technology have developed a service through which clients can receive their personalized exercise programs on their mobile devices. The service has been well received, showing that therapists are also currently undergoing a change towards digitalization.
Sir Malcolm Grant and Beverley Bryant to headline UK e-Health Week 2016
NHS needs 'significant cultural change' to be paperless
NHS England – “It’s not ok to do nothing anymore” Beverley Bryant
Blog: NHS Sustainability and Transformation Plans – Unanswered questions?
It is good news that an additional £2 billion will be made available to the NHS based on the NHS shared Planning Guidance. It is even better news that it comes with the condition that it doesn’t get used “for more of the same”.
Clinerion's Patient Recruitment System promises acceleration of clinical trial patient recruitment in the UK
Clinerion will present its Patient Recruitment System, which allows real-time patient search for clinical trials via simultaneous query of multiple sets of electronic health records, at the UK e-Health Week.
Map of Medicine integrated care pathways join up e-referrals between providers in Cumbria to standardise referral activity
MedeAnalytics to discuss sustainability and transformation within the NHS at UK e-Health Week
Health IT leaders meet to progress Five Year Forward View
Getac Take "Marginal Gains" Approach With The New Getac Rx10h Healthcare Tablet
e-Health where is the evidence?
Current NHS data is ‘virtually useless’ – says Senior Public Health England Adviser
InterSystems and Lexmark confirmed as Platinum Sponsors for UK e-Health Week 2016
BCS Programme Committee is seeking submissions from experts
Call for Papers - Submit your presentation now
Sir Bruce Keogh confirmed for the second ever UK e-Health Week
Captive Health provides a review of Simon Stevens's Keynote speech at UK e-Health Week
Mary McKenna and Andrew Cockayne from Captive Health provide a review of Simon Stevens's Keynote speech at UK e-Health Week