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“GaaP could save councils up to £500m annually”, GDS estimates
GDS’ ability to develop solutions that can be shared with councils should not be underestimated, however Whitehall must listen more to local government expertise, argues Eduserv’s Jos Creese
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Users, vendors and GDS consider life after PSN
By David Bicknell
The need for collaboration, standards, appropriate security, barriers to entry and software defined networking were key issues discussed at the recent Innopsis event
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Too many girls in school believe that IT means working with computers all day long
As National Apprenticeship Week draws to a close, Amber Driscoll, a former apprentice and now Technical Analyst at Computacenter, says she would "wholeheartedly recommend" apprenticeships to other young students
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UK Digital Strategy: turning a conversation into delivery
Following the publication of the UK Government’s Digital Strategy, Jonathan Bradshaw, CTO at digital technology specialist Agilisys, shares his thoughts on how to accelerate digital government at a local level
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The future of text is plain
Mark Foden considers the future of text and believes it’s plain, not rich
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Ambitious Essex wants to deliver differently and digitally for citizens
Councillor Stephen Canning says “smart” summit taking place today will consider digital’s role in future of public services within the county
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Essex’s smart summit's retail thinking will explore how digital can change people’s lives
By David Bicknell
County council also sees PSN and ubiquitous networks as key to streamlining public service, ‘taking the walls down’ and increasing collaboration
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Local focus to investment needed to resolve care crisis
In response to the NAO report into health and social care integration, Jos Creese argues that a fundamental rethink is needed, on which local government must be fully engaged
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Digitisation or Transformation? The significance behind the name change of the government strategy
Toplevel strategy director Jane Roberts says digitisation is not a summit to be reached, a goal or achievement in itself; it’s a process that is dynamic and can be constantly revised and improved to fulfil its potential
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The paradigm shift in healthcare
Tameside GP Dr Amir Hannan says technology is changing the way we live our lives. But there are long waiting times in A&Es and GP surgeries. He asks, “How can we transform healthcare?
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Collaborating to connect care: People need to be bigger than their organisations
Jocelyn Palmer, programme manager of Connecting Care Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire, argues that while information governance can be viewed by some as a barrier to sharing information, it needn’t be a blocker
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The Hidden Talent Pool
Could the hidden talent pool help fill the IT skills gap? Sheila Flavell, chief operating 0fficer of FDM Group, recently briefed MPs on the subject, based on its own research
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Integrated Healthcare: new care model vanguards provide a blueprint for success
Dr. Donal Collins, clinical lead for the multi-specialty community provider ‘Better Local Care” in Gosport, says technology – and particularly, data – are key enablers in realising a new and better form of care
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Integrated healthcare requires a more open approach to Health IT
Tony Shannon, the clinical lead for Ripple, discusses the thinking behind building an integrated digital care record platform, underpinned by an open architecture
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Platforms, not proprietary technology, must power integrated health and care
In the latest of our articles in Health and Social Care Week, Leeds City Council’s chief digital officer Dylan Roberts says the only way the integration of health and social care can succeed is by adopting platforms that allow us to bring different technology and information systems together
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