Real strides are being taken within digital healthcare, but we should be wary of the hype, argues Dr Bayju Thakar
We're often told now that digital tools will cure the existential challenges of the NHS: in particular its endemic inefficiencies, and demographic time bomb of our aging population. But the NHS' relationship with digital tech is more complex and delicate than to allow for quick fixes, by simply buying in more tech at speed; these are not challenges which procurement and excitability can address in a sustainable way. Those of us with a background in the NHS who now work with private medical...
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