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Dynamic communication and collaboration in the NHS

Posted by Phil Moore | 4 May 2017, 11:57 AM


Joining up NHS and the wider social care network starts with improving communication between all organisations. Without effective communications strategies in place, teams cannot collaborate and response times for patients increase. There’s a better way to communicate and collaborate – and as part of the NHS’ digital transformation, new technologies around connectivity and communications tools are coming into play to better join up health services.

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Infrastructure Transformation across the NHS

Posted by Phil Moore | 23 Mar 2017, 10:56 AM


Technology underpins every part of the NHS’ transformation. From enabling better patient-provider relationships through to streamlining operations, from sector-specific applications to industry standard components, technology plays the central role in the NHS’ digital transformation. And that’s part of the issue.

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Integrated Care and Social Care

Posted by Phil Moore | 23 Feb 2017, 09:56 AM


With changes in the way NHS care is being delivered, Phil Moore discusses how the NHS are moving towards an Integrated Care and Social Care approach. He looks at how sharing data ultimately leads to sharing insights to drive a more cohesive service and increased care to patients.

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Improving Patient Engagement in the NHS

Posted by Phil Moore | 9 Feb 2017, 11:34 AM


The NHS is moving to a self-service model for patients - to streamline services and also improve the overall patient experience. Technology has the power to change the experience for patients at each step of their health journey. This blog looks at improving patient engagement in the NHS.

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HSCN: Hear all about it

Posted by Phil Moore | 13 Jan 2017, 11:15 AM


Later this year many organisations will be starting the transition from the NHS's N3 network to HSCN. In advance of the move to the new network Phil Moore, Redcentric's NHS Account Director, looks at the drivers for the move.

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