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  1. E-prescriptions change the game for acute trusts

    As NHS England begins to allocate its £260m technology fund, there are many game changing benefits of electronic prescribing for acute trusts, writes Shaun O’Hanlon.

  2. A new era of citizen health is shaping the future of care

    As the government presses on with plans for online health services by 2015, Shaun O’Hanlon discusses how we can all seize control of our health and care through technology.

  3. Data sharing: step out of the technological dark ages

    Patients want it and the technology exists to do it securely, so why are people still unable to take full control of their medical records? Shaun O’Hanlon explains.

  4. Caldicott review: Put integrated care into action

    Introducing the technology to make Caldicott’s “duty to share” a reality is an imperative for the NHS, says Shaun O’Hanlon. He outlines the rewards and pitfalls of data sharing across the service

  5. Don't forget the pharmacist

    As a passionate advocate of joined-up patient care, I have long been concerned by the omission from discussions about the future of the NHS of a key healthcare profession - pharmacy.

  6. Healthcare needs a personal touch

    Healthcare should be "predictive, preventative, precise and personal" - so says Eric Dishman, Intel Fellow and general manager of Intel's Health and Life Sciences Group. I couldn't agree more.

  7. Will the 'Better Care Fund' mean better patient care?

    In 2015/16, health and social services will get a pooled budget of £3.8 billion for the express purpose of helping them work more closely together to deliver a 'Better Care Plan' - in other words, to help them implement a joined-up approach to patient care. The question is: can it be done?

  8. Technology lifeline for patient safety

    During a six month period in 2013, over 40,000 patients experienced "significant" harm while in NHS care. Over 700,000 patient safety incidents were reported in total.

  9. How data can reduce visits to A&E

    In June 2014, hospital accident & emergency departments recorded their highest weekly attendance figures since records began. This unusual peak (figures usually dip in the summer) is a sign of the increasing strain facing the NHS, which is under huge financial pressure and shouldering the burden of an ageing population.

  10. HealthKit makes citizen health a reality

    I am, and always have been, a strong advocate of personalised health - an approach that empowers patients to be part of their healthcare program, not simply a recipient of treatment. It's why I'm incredibly proud to be part of an initiative that takes this ethos to a new level.

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