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Channels has seven channels. These are tagged in the articles and each channel will have its own home page, as soon as we accumulate enough articles.



This channel brings together analytics themes, big and small: Care data; open data; life sciences research; business intelligence, analysis and reporting; and the use of analytics in commissioning, such as population health management and predictive risk.



At the heart of digitising medicine, nursing and clinical services, in and out of hospitals, is the development, adoption and use of specialised clinical software. This channel spans electronic patient records; pathology, labs and order communications; departmental systems such as A&E and theatres and more. It also includes e-prescribing and decision support systems.



This channel is dedicated to the disruptive waves that place patients and information as the key agents of health. Topics include: telehealth, patient access to records and transactional services, patient portals, apps and wearables.



As health services digitise they become ever more reliant on securing networks, software and data from internal and external threats. This channel covers topics from physical security to information governance.



Digital health requires a lot of underpinning infrastructure. This covers the IT infrastructure required by clinical systems, patient management systems, shared records, digital patient services, business systems and more. Topics include: IT and communications infrastructure, networks, security, storage, servers, desktops and mobile devices, and the service desks needed to support them.



One of the biggest digital challenges is to enable data to flow. This channel is dedicated to all aspects of integration, interoperability and standards in health and social care. This ranges from specific technology solutions such as enterprise portals, integration engines and platforms, to interoperability, message and data standards.



This channel focuses on behaviour change, culture and workforce engagement within organisations.




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