03/09/2021

How open source can help the NHS navigate tech regulations

Tech is becoming ever more vital to the NHS, whether it’s in primary, secondary or emergency care. As such, it’s vital that health bodies across the UK understand how to implement digital solutions effectively.

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12/02/2021

The NHS needs to act if it is to unlock AI’s potential

The digital evolution of the NHS is progressing at an increasing rate. New solutions are being implemented to replace outdated legacy systems as well as provide new treatments and support for staff and patients.

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13/11/2020

Tech can prove to be the ‘great leveller’ for the UK economy

In the early months of this year the government was heralding its levelling up agenda as a major driver for a balancing up of the UK economy, encouraging investment in the North of England.

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05/11/2020

Transforming the digital delivery process in healthcare

In order to transform digital delivery in healthcare and achieve better patient outcomes, we need to learn the lessons from the COVID-19 response and the ongoing digital transformation occurring within trusts.

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02/07/2020

It’s time to write a new open source future for healthcare

It’s hard to talk about the silver linings of a global tragedy like Coronavirus. But if we must, then as Satya Nadella has said “we’ve seen two years’ worth of digital transformation in two months”.

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Rory MacDonald

13/11/2020

Powerhouse Perspective: Rory MacDonald

In the latest instalment of Insider’s Q&A series on the Northern Powerhouse, Rory MacDonald, Chief Executive at Made Tech, outlines what the initiative means to him, the need to boost digital skills, and what can be done to encourage investment.

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29/10/2020

How to upskill your technical teams effectively

In a perfect world, technical teams would have all the skills and knowledge they need to embark on any new project. Unfortunately, this is rarely the case. 

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