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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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No Trust is an island: collaboration is central to the delivery healthcare innovation

Throughout the pandemic some of the most innovative and successful digital health solutions were only made possible because trusts recognised that they had to combine resources, ideas, and expertise to deliver them.

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Co-funding collaboratives will drive the NHS digital transformation


Hazel Jones, Head of Health at Made Tech, reveals why NHS trusts need to work together to fund the development of new solutions that will drive improvements in care.

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Unleashing the power of open source in the NHS

Hazel Jones, Head of Health at Made Tech, discusses how the health sector needs a change of mindset in order to maximise the benefits of open source.

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Digitisation at NHS Blood and Transplant drives plasma donations to fight COVID-19

During the pandemic, NHSBT launched its Convalescent Plasma Programme to collect donor blood plasma from members of the public who had recovered from Covid-19 in order to help patients who were struggling to develop an immune response.

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Collaboration is key to digitally empowering patients

With patients welcoming technology into the way they interact with healthcare, this provides the perfect opportunity for hospitals and trusts to expand their technological capabilities.

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Whitehall gains deep insight into COVID’s impact on social care through upgraded portal

England’s Adult Social Care Workforce Data Set has been rewritten to offer a better user experience for both frontline workers and employers.

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