By Candace Imison, Sophie Castle-Clarke, Robert Watson and Nigel Edwards

Clinically led improvement, enabled by new technology, is transforming the delivery of health care and our management of population health. Yet strategic decisions about clinical transformation and the associated investment in information and digital technology can all too often be a footnote to NHS board discussions. This needs to change. This report sets out the possibilities to transform health care offered by digital technologies, with important insight about how to grasp those possibilities and benefits from those furthest on in their digital journey.


The views presented in this report are those of the authors and do not necessarily represent the views of the Nuffield Trust or our partners. All product and company names mentioned throughout the report are the trade marks, service marks or trading names of their respective owners, and do not represent endorsements.

 

Suggested citation:
Imison C, Castle-Clarke S, Watson R and Edwards N (2016) Delivering the benefits of digital health care. Research summary. Nuffield Trust


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