NHS England’s National Clinical Lead for Innovation, reveals the secrets of his success. And his spectacular failures!
We need a new health outcomes equation
For as long as there have been humans, there has been an understanding of why people become ill, and how to help them. I imagine the earliest man to have known the basics: fire = burns, falling from a tree = injury, snow or ice = reduced swelling. The
Yesterday (29 September), fellow delegates shared their respective experiences and thoughts at the AIMed Healthcare Executives virtual conference
No time for guessing game. Three things payers need to consider if they are to survive the impact of deferred care.
A recent Kaiser Family Foundation survey found that nearly half of all Americans say they or someone they live with has delayed care since COVID started. The why behind this
Nothing beats the stimulation of designing and building a machine learning model, but it has become more obvious in recent years that the process can be a tedious one too. The call for a more inclusive, liable, and transparent artificial intelligence (AI) has never been louder. Yet, in the absent
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has taken a toll on many healthcare systems across the World. So, it was not at all surprising this was the answer when Dr. Arlen Meyers, President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Society of Physician Entrepreneurs asked Dr. David H. Berger, CEO of University Ho
Most health professionals, scientists, and engineers think they have good ideas but they do not necessarily know what to do with them. Even if they do, they may not realize the many considerations involved in the whole process of commercializing medical technology. Unfortunately, some of these sk
The emergency medicine doctor who went on to oversee the creation of the NHS AI lab talks digital healthcare, IT leadership and her father’s cool medical stories