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Digital Health

14 September 2017

The Data Challenge for Digital Healthcare

In the first of our series of digital healthcare blog posts, we explain how the growth of digital health data has resulted in the creation of data silos that has, so far,...

18 August 2017

Digital Dermatology – Under the Skin of Digital Health Services

There are well recognised macro trends that show that the current healthcare delivery model will be difficult to sustain at current investment levels. These trends are...

24 February 2017

The Three Challenges for Digital Health in 2017 – And How We Solved Them

In a previous post we highlighted the wealth of knowledge and research already available from academic studies that support the case for using digital technologies to...

7 November 2016

Digital Health: Empowering People Affected by Cancer

In our earlier blog post ‘Being Physically Active’ we highlighted the well documented benefits of physical activity and its role to support long term conditions such as...

19 September 2016

Get Your Workplace Moving

Being Physically Active The benefits of physical activity have been well documented for an astounding amount of time, with the earliest record of using physical activity for...

18 August 2016

Innovation in Digital Health: A Road of Incremental Improvements

The healthcare sector has long been heralded as a sector which will be transformed through digital technologies. It is clear that we are at the start of this development...

21 January 2016

Digital Distribution of Healthcare Services

In a previous post we highlighted how organisations across many sectors have derived competitive advantage by owning the distribution channel for their products and services...

20 August 2013

A duty of care – Creating a dashboard of your life

There are almost countless prophetic quotes in George Orwell’s brave and rebellious novel, 1984. None perhaps describes the modern cult of analytics and tracking as well as...

5 April 2012

Plugging in to Health – The GP API

We are convinced that there will be a general trend to move away from relying on a central system to hold our data and respond to our illness, towards collating personal data...

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