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Spanish Healthcare system leads Europe on Outcomes & Data?

The Spanish edge: Reinventing healthcare around patients Spain is widely regarded as having one of the world’s best healthcare systems. Can a series of experiments in ‘value-based’ care make it even better? Report of a Science|Business Healthy Measures conference, Barcelona 2018. “I’m not sure Spain excels in all areas of science, but in healthcare it
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Notes from the AI Medicine Trenches part 2 – data and apps

Notes from the AI Medicine Trenches part 2 – data and apps

This post was written by Brendan DUNPHY, CEO of C-BIA Consulting and first published on AIMed The following are notes penned by an AIMed Europe conference attendee, who listened intently as Dr Anthony Chang and other experts in the field of medical artificial intelligence explained how the emerging paradigm of medical AI would be powered
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Healthcare is just another sector: Faster, better, cheaper

Healthcare is just another sector: Faster, better, cheaper!

This post was written by Brendan DUNPHY, CEO of C-BIA Consulting and first published on AIMed The digital world is not a new one, its just been slow arriving in healthcare. ‘What can be digitised, will be digitised’ is an old mantra. Atoms are converted into bits because information proxies of reality are cheaper to
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IT Systems in healthcare going from jam to butter

IT Systems in healthcare going from jam to butter

This post was written by Brendan DUNPHY, CEO of C-BIA Consulting and first published on AIMed Use of IT systems today varies across specialities with some more open to and active users of systems and data to inform decision-making, others more reticent. Just because systems are available does not mean they are consistently by all
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Are clinicians ready to let the data do the heavy lifting?

This post was written by Brendan DUNPHY, CEO of C-BIA Consulting and first published on AIMed In much of Healthcare, data is present but stranded, unloved and unused. It does not carry the burden of knowledge and decision-making it often does elsewhere. In some clinical scenarios it is more akin to a waste by product,
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Pilots and radiologists can have careers alongside AI

Al Med by Brendan Dunphy, CEO at C-BIA Consulting Ltd. First published at AIMed in response to OPINION: AI will lead to job losses in NHS radiology. There is nothing new to the discussion of job losses in medicine, especially in radiology, as new technology has been impacting jobs and professions for thousands of years
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NHS at 70: Digital Natives, Migrants & Refugees

NHS at 70: digital natives, migrants & refugees The NHS is celebrating its 70th birthday. It is a unique and remarkable organisation and deserves much credit. But like many 70-year old’s, it struggles to adapt and change. Nowhere is this clearer than in its struggles to adopt digital technologies and meet heightened demands of a
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C-BIA Consulting joins INTEROPen

We are pleased to join INTEROPen, an action group to accelerate the development of open standards for interoperability in the health and social care sector. INTEROPen is an open collaboration of individuals, industry, standards organisations and health and care providers, who have agreed to work together to accelerate the development and implementation of open standards
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NHS: Understanding Patient Data

 NHS Patient Data “Today, in the age of digital communication and high-tech research, sharing data is more important than ever before. When the NHS was founded in 1948 things were quite different. Our medical records lived in dusty drawers, alone and unloved, with its life-saving potential untapped. Find out how patient data makes a difference.”
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