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UK patients to have greater control over healthcare data

UK patients to have greater control over healthcare data

The UK has established a new data strategy that will give patients better access and greater control over their health and care data. The way...
Physical tokens for COVID-19 contact tracing

Physical tokens for COVID-19 contact tracing

Experts, customers, policymakers, and entrepreneurs came together for an EIT Health discussion exploring the use of physical tokens for COVID-19 contact tracing. By Stephanie Price At...
Exploring the benefits of AI and data in healthcare

Exploring the benefits of AI and data in healthcare

Patrick Malléa and Jérémy Clech of the AI4EU consortium tell HEQ about the benefits and challenges offered by AI in clinical research and care. Healthcare...
Lessons from the pandemic: using and communicating data

Lessons from the pandemic: using and communicating data

Tableau Software Senior Director Andy Cotgreave explores issues around data analysis and transparency during the COVID-19 pandemic. Throughout the last 12 months, people have been...
Ensuring data informs clinical practice and delivers patient safety

Ensuring data informs clinical practice and delivers patient safety

Richard Armstrong, head of health registries for Northgate Public Services, explains why collecting more data is not a cure-all in a health crisis. Disjointed, siloed,...
real-world evidence healthcare

Using real-world evidence to inform healthcare decision-making

Ashley Jaksa and Nicolas Deltour of Aetion, Inc explain how global biopharma, regulators, and health technology assessments use real-world evidence to inform healthcare decision-making
Spread of new COVID-19 variant across UK revealed

Spread of new COVID-19 variant across UK revealed

New data has revealed the speed and scale at which the new COVID-19 variant is spreading across the UK. Scientists at the Alderley Edge Lighthouse...
How data science is driving innovations in medical biotechnology

How data science is driving innovations in medical biotechnology

In this article, Ramya Sriram, digital content manager at freelance platform for scientists, Kolabtree, explains how data science is driving innovations in medical biotechnology. It...
Contact tracing and data protection in the UK

Contact tracing and data protection in the UK

JMW Solicitors Head of Data Protection Toni Vitale speaks to HEQ about data security in the UK’s Test and Trace programme. Earlier this year, the...
ENISA discusses cyber-challenges in digital health

ENISA discusses cyber-challenges in digital health

The EU Agency for Cybersecurity speaks to HEQ about cybersecurity and data protection in healthcare. The European Union Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA) is the EU’s...
Cyber security critical for healthcare industry in wake of COVID-19

Cyber security critical for healthcare industry in wake of COVID-19

A new report has highlighted how cyber security is critical for the healthcare industry in light of COVID-19. According to a new report from GlobalData,...
Advancing the UN Sustainable Development Goals with Elsevier

Advancing the UN Sustainable Development Goals with Elsevier

Elsevier, the global information analytics company and academic publisher, specialising in science and health, recently published a landmark report to strengthen the understanding of...
Increasing data integrity in the public sector in wake of Excel controversy

Increasing data integrity in the public sector in wake of Excel controversy

In this article, Jon Taylor, Principal Consultant at Conosco, discusses the need for the public sector to increase its data integrity following the recent...
Integrating technology to support the ageing population

Integrating technology to support the ageing population

Cush Health offers solutions to protect elderly patients while maintaining their independence within the community. The World Health Organization predicts the economic and societal burden...
New study links 28 genes to rare developmental disorders

New study links 28 genes to rare developmental disorders

A new study has linked 28 genes to rare developmental disorders and has estimated another 1,000 genes linked to these disorders are yet to...
Four factors outlining healthcare information technology market trends

Four factors outlining healthcare information technology market trends

The adoption of information technology (IT) in the healthcare market has achieved a tipping point, the impact of which has been felt across the...
European Commission tests national contact tracing and warning apps

European Commission tests national contact tracing and warning apps

The European Commission has begun testing an interoperability gateway service for national contact tracing and warning apps to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19...
TIYGA: Voice of the Patient

TIYGA: the voice of the Patient

WHO defines empowerment as “a process through which people gain greater control over decisions and actions affecting their health” (WHO 1998).  This shift is...
UK government to record COVID-19 deaths with new methodology

UK government to record COVID-19 deaths with new methodology

Today, the publication of daily data on coronavirus deaths will resume using a new methodology to calculate the figures. Following a review by Public Health...
What happened to mobile tracking in the UK?

What happened to mobile tracking in the UK?

HEQ explores the failure to launch the NHS Track and Trace app. One key challenge for policymakers and healthcare authorities in countries affected by the...

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