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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09 Feb 2017
It’s only halfway through, but BBC Two’s Hospital documentary series already feels like one of 2017’s landmark TV moments.
16 Dec 2016
Our chief medical officer, Dr Shaun O'Hanlon writes for NHS Confed on break down the old barriers to deliver new digital services.
07 Dec 2016
EMIS Group CEO, Chris Spencer, shares a little seasonal NHS cheer this December in his latest Huffington Post blog post.
02 Dec 2016
Our chief medical officer, Dr Shaun O'Hanlon gives some practical advice on interoperability through Open APIs via Digital Health's CCIO Network.
30 Nov 2016
Our clinical director and consultant in emergency medicine at Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, Haidar Samiei, explains why the importance of child protection information-sharing (CP-IS) cannot be underestimated.
18 Nov 2016
Ian Bailey discusses why nurses need to embrace technology for themselves and for their patients.
03 Nov 2016
Bettina Fitt, secondary care director of strategy and commercial director at EMIS Health, is featured in Womathology speaking about opportunities for women in healthcare technology.
01 Nov 2016
On any single day, around 8,500 beds in UK hospitals are occupied by patients who should not be there. In other words, they are medically fit to go home - either to look after themselves, or with support from community health or social services.
26 Oct 2016
Geoff Schrecker, former chairman of the EMIS primary care National User Group (NUG), shares his views on how you can make EMIS Web work harder for you in a primary care and community, children’s and mental health setting.
03 Oct 2016
What’s the first thing you think of when I say the word asthma? I suspect an image has popped into your head of a little blue or brown inhaler.