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Illustrates the practical application of technology in community-based patient care through an overview of a project that the RDNS has trialled to provide remote medicines management.
Background Given the socioeconomic demands of the Australian society, both now and in the...
This document sets out the UK government’s vision for the use of technology, digital and data within health and care, to meet the needs of all our users.
This article identifies some of the dangers of viewing the success of new technologies as inevitable in relation to health and education. While there are many reasons to be optimistic that technology will be a potential catalyst for massive positive disruption, Stefan Dercon highlights the...
The way in which Dutch municipal authorities innovate digitally has an impact on local democracy, the economy, work, social life and the physical environment. In this report, local administrators identify ten perspectives for socially responsible digitalisation.
The development and utilisation of artificial intelligence is currently a hot topic of debate in the UK Government, industry and the research community. But there is still a lack of clarity as to how AI can best be used to benefit individuals and society. This...
This article suggests that for Africa to leverage the power of big data the government should implement a knowledge and technology transfer between China and more developed African countries, such as Nigeria, Ghana and Kenya.
A fresh drive to improve patient safety across the NHS will see patients able to log concerns about their care via a new digital service accessible through their smartphone.
What to do with our old paper medical files now that records are going digital? As a recent Brisbane case demonstrates, not all files are heading straight for destruction.
This report by Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care (University of Sydney) explores the effects of five digital health interventions on patient safety and quality of care.
The world is just beginning to recognize the potential of digitally enhanced data to improve health. Increased use of digital technology and artificial intelligence can make countries better at predicting and preventing disease, and at providing health care to people in remote or underserved areas....