Our Senior Health Economist, Ana Ohde, considers how healthcare systems can better understand and measure health inequalities, in this blog for Healthcare Leader.
Jane Van Aken, Director of Product Development at Spirit Digital explains how adding air quality data to existing platforms for managing long-term conditions can help patients make informed decisions about their outdoor activities.
Hear from our Director of Business Services, Mike Walker, about how Arden & GEM successfully adapted its wellbeing strategy in response to the workplace changes brought about by COVID-19, including five key elements to success.
Drones are already in use across the UK to provide an effective solution to a range of logistical challenges. In this article, Amy Hollis, from technological innovation firm, Neuron, shares how this technology is also being applied within healthcare.
While COVID-19 has necessitated accelerating digital solutions for healthcare, Wendy Lane, consultancy services director at NHS Arden & GEM, argues that digitising what we already do isn’t always the answer but, at the same time, we should harness our newfound sense of innovation.
Through PCNs, we have the potential to shift the dial on inequality for the first time in decades. In this blog, our Healthcare Solutions Director, Martin Charters, considers how PCNs can turn theory into practice and maximise the impact of new initiatives through shared learning.
Our Consultancy Services Director, Wendy Lane looks at how digitisation can be embraced by both the NHS and by those it serves in this latest blog for NHS Confederation.
Our Chief Data Officer, David O'Callaghan, considers the infrastructure and skills that will ideally place ICSs to commission and deliver care, using data to drive local priorities.
A new ‘Living Lab’ facility in Buckinghamshire is helping health economies explore how medical technology (MedTech) can transform care pathways and improve outcomes for patients. John Vesey, Business Manager for Health at the Satellite Applications Catapult tells us more.
After several years of slow growth, COVID-19 has fuelled the rise of immersive technologies such as Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality. Dr Shamim Mousavi from AWTG explains the growing role that immersive technologies are playing in healthcare.