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  • [vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Andrew Whelan is founding chairman of Future Care Capital  Charity Future Care Capital and RYSE Asset Management have launched a fund that invests in innovative early-stage healthcare companies  He believes investors, entrepreneurs and charities can play their part  By SARAH DAVIDSON and ANDREW WHELAN OF FUTURE CARE CAPITAL FOR THIS IS MONEY PUBLISHED: 07:40, 6 August 2020 | UPDATED: 09:10, 6 August 2020 Charity and think tank Future Care Capital has teamed up with RYSE Asset Management to launch a fund investing in innovative early-stage healthcare companies. It has already funded an in house start-up e-learning platform for unpaid carers and

  • Dr Matt Willis is the lead researcher for a study exploring automation in primary care, funded by the Health Foundation, based at the Oxford Internet Institute at the University of Oxford. Summary NHS General Practice in England faces multiple challenges as evidenced from multiple national organisations, policy groups, think tanks, and universities. Some of these challenges include skill shortages, staff retention, increased workloads, and financial burdens. Various strategies have been proposed to ameliorate these challenges, from increasing financial investments and renewing infrastructure to reorganising and redesigning staff. There is certainly no single solution

  • ww.gov.uk: Secretary of State for Health and Social Care Matt Hancock's keynote address to the Healthtech Alliance. Everyone here is passionate about the power of technology to make life better for patients and staff in healthcare. And I think everyone here agrees with me that better technology should be a strategic priority for the NHS. But we know not everyone feels the same. So today I want to set out the future for technology in the NHS and why the techno-pessimists are wrong. Because for any organisation to be the best it possibly can be,

  • South Korean: During this period of Covid-19, the emergency situation has required people to give all their personal information right away and in some countries this was shared to other countries, telecommunications companies, insurance companies and others without their consent. So, The Commons, a South Korean NGO, announced that they will be developing a system using blockchain that can be used for epidemiological investigations in the post-corona period. This allows the people who are diagnosed with Covid-19 to enter their dynamics and can manage all their personal information by entering

  • The list of advanced technology and automation in healthcare is growing, from using Amazon Echoes to provide adult social care, to automating genome sequencing. Automation improves quality, decreases costs and reduces human error. It’s an especially valuable tool as healthcare systems focus more attention on patient outcomes—a practice referred to as value-based care. Yet the opportunities of automation aren’t well understood, slowing the pace of adoption. Healthcare often sees automation as a luxury—very few healthcare organisations are exploiting the benefits that automation has to offer. In fact, only a few of the

  • The NHS Long Term Plan was published earlier this year, and Primary Care Networks are a key focus in how the NHS will shape and deliver services to the population over the coming years.

  • Ensuring patient safety is a priority for all healthcare professionals. However, the patient journey is becoming increasingly complex, with a host of healthcare professionals now involved directly in their care

  • A CQC Inspection is a daunting experience for most GP practices, but here’s an article we have put together that gives you guidance and support in ensuring that your visit goes as smoothly as possible.

  • In line with the success of the pilot programme that gave rise to over 400 full-time pharmacists taking up roles in general practice, there is a goal that by the year 2020, an additional 1,500 clinical pharmacists should begin working in general practice.