Rapid, clinically led digital transformation has helped the NHS and social care cope with the Covid-19 pandemic, something that may not have been possible a few years ago. In his latest blog, Matt Hancock, Secretary of State for Health and Social Care reflects on how technology enabled the continuity of care and says thank you to those that made it happen.
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.
Find out how we’re accelerating the deployment of video consultation across GP practices, to provide care for people remotely during COVID-19.
Dr James Maguire, clinical lead for secondary care in NHSX, on the benefits of communication tools during Covid-19 and what to consider when using them.
NHSX has published the draft NHS Digital Health Technology Standard, aimed at streamlining and speeding up how health technologies are reviewed and commissioned for use in the NHS and social care. Indra Joshi, Rhod Joyce and Nina Wilson at NHSX explain the standard, what's in it for you, and why your feedback is important.
Matthew Gould, Chief Executive Office (CEO) for NHSX, shares what NHSX have been up to so far.
Indra Joshi, head of digital health and AI, and Rhod Joyce, head of partnerships at NHSX discuss how we’re streamlining the process for assuring, evaluating and the procurement of digital health technologies through a new open standard and expert external assessor model.
Find out more about the new positions NHSX is recruiting for in digital transformation.
In the NHS website, we have an amazing resource of validated health information, written by a dedicated team involving doctors, nurses, pharmacists, physios and others expert in their area. The number of people accessing the website is increasing all the time. …
Screening is a way of finding out if people are at higher risk of a health problem. NHSX are exploring how to improve the technology used for screening services.