Health Informatics Article Archive

  • ‘More for less’ is a current motif of the healthcare headlines. The use of digital dictation and speech / voice recognition in hospitals around the UK is already demonstrating a rare combination - an increase in activity (productivity) and cash savings.
  • For years telecare and telehealth have been bandied around as magic pills that will help the NHS meet the challenge of an ageing population with increasingly complex healthcare needs at a time of fewer resources and shrinking budgets.
  • Space and power are core issues facing any progressive IT department and Dorset HealthCare NHS Foundation Trust (DHFT) had a pressing need for data centre space to meet growing requirements.
  • The centralised data sharing model is outdated, high-risk and high-cost says Justin Anderson, CEO of risk intelligence company Flexeye.
  • Robotics is a multidisciplinary science that is now really taking off, says Antonio Espingardeiro.