Government & Policy

By Paddy Padmanabhan 01:13 pm February 03, 2020
The ability to gain access to the data through reusable APIs significantly improves developer productivity, enabling CIOs to achieve more with the same resources.
By James Freed 01:30 am December 19, 2019
From the rise of CCIOs to networks promoting diversity in the industry, the UK has seen a fair amount of change, writes Health Education England CIO James Freed.
By Layla McCay 07:13 am November 08, 2019
Dr Layla McCay, director of international relations at the NHS Confederation, warns that Brexit “should not hinder” the collaboration between the UK and other European countries in the field of health research.
By Sam Shah 03:34 am May 08, 2019
Digital transformation has to be at the core of business, policy and strategy, argues Dr Sam Shah, NHS England director of digital development.
By Layla McCay 06:22 am March 06, 2019
NHS Confederation director of international relations Dr Layla McCay looks at the prospect of a no deal scenario.
By Tom Leary 08:41 am October 08, 2018
Tom Leary highlights milestones made during the annual event and looks at this year’s NHITWeek points of engagement.
screen snap of Modul app
By Corey Shank 08:00 am September 18, 2018
When its EHR vendor wasn’t going to be ready until 2020, the IT team took matters into its own hands in a low-budget open source project that is already paying off.
healthcare Blue Button
By David Harlow 10:11 am April 24, 2018
Despite their apparent promise to advance interoperability of clinical and claims data, exactly when the Blue Button 2.0 and MyHealthEData initiatives that CMS unveiled at HIMSS18 will be fully implemented remains unclear.
Women's access to healthcare improved with Obamacare
By Jane Sarasohn-Kahn 05:07 pm September 08, 2017
The number of uninsured women in the U.S. fell by nearly a half, from 19 million in 2010 to 11 million in 2016.
women in IT
By Sue Schade 02:44 pm September 08, 2017
When I speak to groups about women in IT, I tell them not to put up with being bullied, intimidated and other nonsense.