Call Us: +44 (0) 7825 431294

Posts Tagged NHS

Designing the perfect mHealth device

Designing the perfect mHealth device

Some time ago as part of a series on ‘mHealth Myths and Reality’ I made the point that there was no point trying to choose the perfect device for mHealth applications. I still think that’s true but events this week make me want to qualify that – […]

Read more

There’s no place like home

There’s no place like home

Phrases such as ‘no place like home’, ‘home sweet home’  and  ‘home is where the heart is’ have probably lost their meaning because they are so commonplace – but I feel compelled to write about the power of those phrases and how they should shape our future […]

Read more

A regional recipe for mHealth

A regional recipe for mHealth

I’ve commented before that the USA has too often led the way in mHealth and digital health, but I was pleased to see a report this week that indicated signs of life in Europe, and possibly a pointer to how we can see repeatable success. A quiet […]

Read more

What’s your plan for old age?

What’s your plan for old age?

Apart from the referendum in Scotland there has actually been some other news this week, a flurry of stories around a theme that’s becoming all-consuming for me. Put simply, it’s about the trend that local authorities in England in particular are spending less on care for the […]

Read more

Time to stop looking for cures?

Time to stop looking for cures?

Well the summer fun’s over and it’s time to get serious again. I hope you won’t mind me diving straight in on the subject of human mortality and how we make the most of the time we have. Stop and Think This introspection was prompted by a […]

Read more

Patients aren’t stupid

Patients aren’t stupid

Out of all the news I saw this week, some sad but mostly positive, one item really stood out for me, because it confirmed a growing sense of frustration around the whole deployment of digital health in this country. The item in question was a survey by […]

Read more

Time to stop running from digital health

Time to stop running from digital health

I’m returning to the topic of digital access to healthcare – or rather the lack of it. Regular readers will know I’ve written about this more than once, but with more evidence emerging this week I think it’s appropriate. Also I make no apologies for being persistent […]

Read more

Putting the ‘m’ in mental health

Putting the ‘m’ in mental health

This week I’m writing about the huge potential to address perhaps the most prevalent chronic condition on the planet – mental illness. Now, when I say putting the ‘m’ in I am of course talking about mHealth – but why is this is so important for mental […]

Read more

Why we must pay doctors for Digital Health

Why we must pay doctors for Digital Health

I’m following up my post from last week on the ‘Digital Health Divide’ with a practical suggestion on how we can achieve equality of access to healthcare for us digital natives. Quite simply, we have to pay doctors more. Before you turn away, let me explain how […]

Read more

The ‘Digital Health Divide’

The ‘Digital Health Divide’

I’m writing this week about an aspect of digital health that is often referred to, but I think is totally misunderstood. I was prompted by an event I attended in Liverpool to launch their ECHAlliance Ecosystem. One of the speakers asked the audience, ‘How many people here […]

Read more
Page 1 of 212