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NHS organisations are being invited to take part in wireless trials to explore how cutting-edge technologies can help improve patient care.
The new five-year agreement includes access to Microsoft products and will also provide the opportunity to introduce further innovative tools from other suppliers in the future.
Secondary schools across England are being invited to take part in the latest edition of a statistical survey measuring the use of alcohol, nicotine and drugs by young people.
Health and care professionals are being encouraged to move to the new version of an NHS patient record service to enhance the way national patient medical information can be accessed.
Innovation and expertise in cyber security across public sector health and social care were celebrated the CAN Awards 2023 last night.
The Cyber Associates Network Awards highlight and celebrate innovation and digital expertise within cyber security across the NHS.
New survey of public health shows strong link between poor health and loneliness: statistical press release
Adults in England who reported bad or very bad health are more than three times as likely to report feeling lonely than those with good or very good health.
GP practices are being encouraged to join a new national online service making registering patients quicker and easier.
People are being invited to share their views on recommendations that NHS England should collect and process information on healthcare activity carried out at private hospitals.
IT professionals across health and social care are being invited to have their say over future plans for the IT systems that underpin the NHS