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This long read raises questions about why the UK is lagging far behind other countries when it comes to the value of health c...
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This long read explores the government’s proposal to place health as a core measure of government success by creating a natio...
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This long read sets out five challenges that the government needs to address if it is to harness the full potential of data a...
The NHS’s new AI lab needs to focus on the needs of patients and the health system, argue Adam Steventon, Sarah Deeny, Josh Keith and Arne Wolters.
With the Conservative party conference around the corner, and General Election anticipation at fever pitch, Ruth Thorlby dissects the social care proposals presented by the two main opposition parties...
Research shows 88% of autistic people do not think their needs are understood by health professionals. Emily Niner and Oliver Smithson explain why a collaborative approach is required for improvement.
Young people face an impossible choice between either quality housing or good work. Jo Bibby explains the ramifications of this choice, and what needs to be considered when developing housing policy.
If developed wisely, risk prediction tools could help clinicians provide earlier diagnosis and better care. But could using AI also inadvertently make health inequalities worse?
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