Over the holiday period we are bringing you a selection of the best articles from our Leadership, Commissioning, Innovation and Efficiency channels
In this focus on data and technology from our Innovation and Efficiency channel, we highlight a selection of the best practice from 2013 from across the NHS.
Michael Seres explains how social media has led to innovations in healthcare services that dramatically improve quality of care; Hilary Thomas and Lizzie Tuckey discuss the need to capatalise and make use of the recent data boom within the health service; and James Barlow and Chris Evennett look to the future and predict a radically changed health service.
Micheal Seres explains how social media can lead to innovations within healthcare that improve quality of care.
Hilary Thomas and Lizzie Tuckey discuss the need to capitalise and make use of the big data boom within healthcare services.
Joe McCrea writes about how one of the largest organisations in the world took the power of social media to harness support for NHS Change Day earlier this year − the biggest improvement event to date for the service.
By 2030, the NHS could be unrecognisable, say James Barlow and Chris Evennett, who explore how constant developments within healthcare are transforming the sector.