Technology has the potential to save lives and help us deal with the COVID-19 pandemic. In the coming weeks, the NHS will be launching a contact-tracing app. NHSX Chief Executive, Matthew Gould, and public health doctor and programme lead, Geraint Lewis, explain how NHSX is leading the development of this critical new tool.
The NHS is facing an unprecedented challenge. Responding to the COVID-19 crisis will require everything we have and more. In the fight against this pandemic, decision-makers will need accurate real-time information.
Matthew Gould, CEO of NHSX, explains why he convened a round table of regulators to talk AI, and what the plan is.
NHSX has just published a major report setting out where next for AI in healthcare.
NHSX CDO Tara Donnelly and Director of Tech and Data Policy Katie Farrington explain how research partnerships can save and improve lives as long as they are underpinned by robust and ethical frameworks that will maintain public trust in rapidly developing technologies.
How is the NHS using data driven technologies? What for and why? Jess Morley and Indra Joshi at NHSX share what they have learned from a recent survey designed to inform NHSX's work over the next 12 months.
What happens when you get a group of people together to hack the NHS? Terence Eden explains more.
NHSX talk about the launch of the new State of the Nation Survey for Data-Driven Health and Care in 2019
The Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation (CDEI) is an independent, expert-led body set up by the UK Government to advise on how we “maximise the benefits of data and AI for our society and economy.” They’ve just launched their …