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We pride ourselves on being pioneers in healthcare software and services and are always looking at future technologies and new ways of working to make sure we develop ground breaking services which benefit patients and healthcare professionals. Here you can explore our latest thought leadership articles.

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  1. Supporting remote working during the COVID-19 pandemic

    The COVID-19 pandemic is changing the working landscape for many across the country. We’ve put together the key information on our remote working solutions to enable you to continue to care for patients, wherever you're based.

  2. March newsletter

    Welcome back to our second newsletter of 2020

  3. Supporting the NHS response to COVID-19

    As leader of our coronavirus response team we hear from Ian Bailey, clinical director, district nurse and Queen’s Nurse, on how EMIS Health is committed to supporting the NHS through this crisis.

  4. Success through collaboration: Rewired conference

    At the annual Rewired conference, attendees were taken on an exciting journey through tech innovation and thought leadership in the healthcare sector.

  5. Delivering transformative solutions: BMA PCN Conference

    Dr Ian Wood, EMIS Health clinical director and GP, reflects on his experience attending the recent BMA PCN conference.

  6. Delivering the NHS digital front door

    We’re supporting the NHS to deliver a Digital Front Door with integrated technology solutions that enable fast, convenient patient access to healthcare

  7. How taking paper records digital supports a modern NHS

    Digitising historic paper patient records can help practices to drive efficiency, free up space and improve clinical safety, supporting a modern NHS.

  8. Find out how our Lloyd George digitisation service can unlock potential for your practice

    Our unique Lloyd George digitisation service takes your practice paperless to improve efficiency, free up space and support better, safer care.

  9. February newsletter

    Welcome to our first newsletter of 2020

  10. Who remembers New Year’s Eve 1999?

    1999 might not seem like that long ago, but in terms of technology, it was light years ago.

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