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A digital NHS? - An introduction to the digital agenda and plans for implementation

A digital NHS?

An introduction to the digital agenda and plans for implementation
In recent years, the digital agenda in health care has been the subject of an array of promises and plans. Following on from the Wachter review of health technology, our new briefing assesses the progress made and what needs to happen next.
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Saving paper, saving money or transforming care?

Saving paper, saving money or transforming care?

As we publish our briefing on the government’s digital agenda and plans for its implementation, Matthew Honeyman considers whether the most important objective of all has been lost in translation.
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Digital health policy – a timeline

This timeline features key milestones in digital health policy since the early stages of digitisation in the 1960s.
David Buck

Housing and health: ships that pass in the night?

David Buck reflects on work carried out with the New NHS Alliance to promote closer working between the health and housing sectors.
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The economics of housing and health - The role of housing associations | by Merron Simpson

The economics of housing and health

The role of housing associations
The National Housing Federation commissioned The King’s Fund and the New NHS Alliance to produce this independent report looking at the economic case for linking housing and health.
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Can social care survive on the breadline?

Catch up with presentations from our breakfast event, which discussed the pressures facing social care services and the resulting impact on the NHS.
Past event