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  • Better use of data and technology has the power to improve health, transform the quality and reduce the cost of health and care services. This framework has been developed based on evidence from many sources, including civil society and patient organisations, as well as directly from service users. This is not a strategy in the conventional sense. It is not a national plan, but a framework for action that will support frontline staff, patients and citizens to take better advantage of the digital opportunity ...
  • In this Public Health England (PHE) strategic document, PHE sets out its seven priorities for the next five years. PHE have looked to the evidence to identify where they should focus their efforts. This report sets out seven key priorities where, through working closely with partners in local and national government, with the NHS, the voluntary and community sector, and with industry and academia, PHE can make a significant difference over the coming five to ten years ...
  • This ebook from American Well has strong resonances for the UK. Interest in telehealth continues to rise in U.S. healthcare organisations. The August 2014, Healthcare Information and Management Systems (HIMSS) study on telemedicine adoption found a very favourable view of the U.S. telehealth market, and it’s predicted that in 2014 alone there will be 75 million e-visits in the U.S. and Canada. Healthcare systems know that clinical interactions don’t always need to be done in the same room and they are increasingly incorporating telehealth into their every day practices ...
  • This report by The Richmond Group of Charities highlights how in England tackling common risk factors such as smoking, inactivity, unhealthy diet and alcohol would drastically reduce the number of people affected by common diseases such as heart disease, cancer, lung disease, type 2 diabetes, asthma and stroke, while helping to prevent or delay the onset of conditions like dementia. It outlines nine key calls to action through which political leaders and key decision-makers can ensure disease prevention is placed at the top of the agenda ...
  • This King’s Fund report describes how clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) in England are innovating with two broad models – the prime contract and alliance contract. It draws on experiences from five geographical areas, covering different population and disease groups (cancer, end-of-life care, musculoskeletal services, mental health rehabilitation, and older people’s services). It concludes by highlighting four lessons that CCGs, other commissioners and providers should keep in mind as they embark on new models of commissioning and contracting to support integrated care ...