Making better use of the latest digital technology can help improve quality, efficiency, and patient experience
Used well, new technologies can also help to bring about better integration of care, and improve the health of the wider population.
Our recent work and content on this topic is listed below.
OnlyWan response to The Topol Review on preparing the health care workforce for a digital future.
The decisions we make about technology today will have implications for the entire social care system, says Lydia Nicholas, from tech think tank Doteveryone.
The NHS’s new AI lab needs to focus on the needs of patients and the health system, argue Adam Steventon, Sarah Deeny, Josh Keith and Arne Wolters.
August 2019 chart of the month. ONS analysis suggests that 7.4% of jobs in England are at high risk of automation
If developed wisely, risk prediction tools could help clinicians provide earlier diagnosis and better care. But could using AI also inadvertently make health inequalities worse?
While automation has been with us since the Industrial Revolution, recent advances in artificial intelligence and robotics are pushing the boundaries of what can be automated.
Dr Matt Willis leads a study exploring the potential for automation in primary care at the University of Oxford. He told us about the seven key areas where using technology could help practices and fr...
Increasing use of automation at work is likely to lead to many changes in the job market. What might this mean for the health of the UK population?
OnlyWan response to government announcement of new investment in technology and AI.
Qualitative study in BMJ Open
A sequential mixed methods evaluation
The gap in healthy #LifeExpectancy in England between women living in the 10% most affluent areas & the 10% most de…
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