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GPDPR: A painful lesson in Transparency…or lack thereof (Part 4)

This blog is part 4 in a series delving into the GPDPR programme to uncover what went wrong, the lessons that should have been learned from care.data and what you will need to do to meet your obligations for GPDPR.  Links to the other blogs in this series can be found here: Part 1: Lessons […]

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GPDPR: A lesson in Transparency…or lack thereof (part 3)

This blog is part 3 in a series delving into the GPDPR programme to uncover what went wrong, the lessons that should have been learned from care.data and what you will need to do to meet your obligations for GPDPR.  Links to the other blogs in this series can be found here: Part 1: Lessons […]

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GPDPR: An astounding lesson in Transparency…or lack thereof (Part 2)

This blog was written prior to the government’s announcement on 8th June 2021 which confirmed that the GPDPR project would be delayed by two months until the start of September. This blog is part 2 in a series delving into the GPDPR programme to uncover what went wrong, the lessons that should have been learned […]

data  care  gpdpr  nhs  dcb0129 dsp toolkit

GPDPR: A lesson in Transparency…or lack thereof

This blog was written prior to the government’s announcement on 8th June 2021 which confirmed that the GPDPR project would be delayed by two months until the start of September: GPDPR: A lesson in transparency…or lack thereof Heard of the GP Data for Planning and Research (GPDPR) programme?  Quite possibly not, and almost certainly not […]

Ransomware Attacks - 8fold Governance

Protect Your Company from Ransomware Attacks: Learnings from the Irish Cyber Attack

In the past few weeks, cyber criminals attacked a number of health organisations in Ireland in what is described as the ‘most significant cybercrime attack on the Irish State’. In the midst of a pandemic, the stakes are both high and consequential – the Irish Health Service must continue to respond to health emergencies and […]

Digital health

Empowering Innovation in AI Precision for Dementia with Cambridge University

Empowering innovation in AI precision for dementia with Cambridge University Our team has been working with the Academic Health Science Networks (AHSN’s) for many years representing suppliers who are bringing new and innovative digital health products and solutions to market. We are currently supporting a team from Cambridge University that was introduced by Eastern AHSN […]

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DTAC – Smoothing the path to procurement

Digital Technology Assessment Criteria (DTAC) – Smoothing the path to procurement The task of getting digital tools and apps approved for use within the NHS and social care has long been a challenge for developers and suppliers. Limited advice from the centre has meant that health and social care organisations have often taken contrasting approaches […]

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The future is patient-centric and patient-enabled

The Future Is Patient-Centric & Patient Enabled It is not just via data that patients will become more empowered. All of the industry spokespeople we interviewed for this paper agreed that the current crisis has brought about such rapid innovation that there is no return to the ‘normal’ of before. Rather, post-Covid, we will enter […]

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Data drives the market

As the first pilot of the NHS’s Covid-19 app demonstrated, data privacy; its management and the legalities around this are increasingly key to healthcare technology. Data-sharing powers many health tech businesses and yet the sector is rife with innovations and initiatives which apparently did not consider this from the outset. The NHS care.data debacle is […]

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