Tech companies have more to offer our National Health Service than just equipment. By working together to co-develop new ways of working, we can take care of the British public better and more cheaply.
Healthcare isn’t just the responsibility of the NHS. Employers also have an important role to play – and new technologies are on hand to help.
From the first wooden stethoscope, to today’s complex data analysis tools, technology is at the heart of medical and health care.
Health-care tech and data analysis offer huge potential to the National Health Service but they also come with risks. However, while the concerns raised about security are valid, they are not insurmountable.
By taking into account psychological drivers, the health-care industry can create products and services that will help individuals improve the way they manage their health and well-being.
Advances in medical technologies offer great potential to our health service, but they can require many years of investment and R&D before they hit the market. The government is taking steps to address this, but there is a role for other players too.
Recent innovations in healthcare technology are now enabling people to achieve things they never thought possible.
Overweight? Unhealthy? Unfit? It’s time people took more control of their health – but are they ready to do so?
As technology introduces fundamental changes to the way in which we deliver healthcare, what does this mean for the skillsets required by our doctors and nurses?
Technology can play a key role in supporting the health needs of older people