Digital technology Making better use of the latest digital technology can help improve quality, efficiency, and patient experience
Used well, new technologies can also help to bring about better integration of care, and improve the health of the wider population.
Our recent work and content on this topic is listed below.
Analysis exploring the opportunities for automation and AI in health care and the challenges of deploying them in practice.
Will the Wade-Gery review enable the NHS to make a leap forwards on tech and data? Tim Horton reflects on what matters for enabling service transformation in practice.
Participatory co-design and normalisation process theory with staff and patients to implement digital ways of working into routine care
Research conducted into the normalisation process theory with staff and patients to implement digital ways of working into routine care.
Model that predicts patient risk from COVID-19 wins Florence Nightingale Award for Excellence in Healthcare Data Analytics
Health Foundation announcement of the winner of the 2021 Florence Nightingale Award for Excellence in Healthcare Data Analytics.
Automation and AI present many opportunities for improving care and supporting the NHS to increase its productivity, but success will depend on how we act on these opportunities in practice.
Around 40% of NHS staff and general public ready to embrace a greater role for automation and AI in health care but doubt remains with many
The Health Foundation has today launched a new report which explores the opportunities for automation and AI in health care and the challenges of deploying them in practice.
Led by Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust, this Hub aims to improve health outcomes for the diverse population the Trust serves, using digital as the initial exemplar.
Tim Horton and Tom Hardie explore empathy and person-centredness in the context of technology and AI in health care. Where should the boundaries lie between humans and machines?