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Latest developments and thoughts on the future

How can use data to identify opportunities to improve citizen health and well being? How can data help design better (digital) services? Can technology (and all the cool new devices) help and what are the pitfalls (i.e. digital inclusion)?

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An interesting technique that will become more important

What are the different elements of Process Mining? How can it be applied to healthcare and what are the challenges?

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Latest thinking

Waiting times in English A+E departments: What does the data say?

I was reading a BBC article from 2 days ago about the increased waiting times in Accident & Emergency (A+E) departments in England, The article highlights that the lack of access to GPs has been raised as a contributor and the controversial government plans for £250m funding for GP surgeries to see more patients face-to-face. […]

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Does digital health solutions create more work for doctors and nurses?

The to and fro on the virtues of policy focus on ‘remote’ versus ‘face-to-face’ GP appointments and the controversies around how to ‘incentivise’ GP to offer more face-to-face appointments made me think about the ‘default’ assumption that digital health is an ‘obvious’ choice and that it will make life easier for doctors and nurses. Research […]

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How can data help improve Covid-19 vaccination uptake rates?

The vaccine hesitancy rate in Great Britain has reduced overall during 2021 and has plateaued at 4%. Note: Vaccine hesitancy includes those who have been offered a vaccine but declined the offer; are very or fairly unlikely to have the vaccine if offered; are neither likely nor unlikely to have the vaccine if offered; don’t […]

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