By Huw Llewelyn MD FRCP, Honorary Fellow in Mathematics in Aberystwyth University and practising consultant general physician and endocrinologist for over 40 years. Read full blog by clicking on link below: https://www.rcplondon.ac.uk/news/ai-and-healthcare-gathering-and-interpreting-data-future
By Dr Sally Lewis, National Clinical Lead for Value-Based and Prudent Healthcare and Honorary Professor, Swansea University Medical School Do we all have a shared understanding of what we mean by value in healthcare, not only across the nations, but also from hospital to hospital, doctor to doctor? I have […]
By Dr Sarah Jane Bailey I want to tell you about my friend’s experience of healthcare. Let’s call him Dave. Dave is normally fit and well, he is in his thirties and he is self-employed. A few years ago he underwent a series of investigations and treatment at his local […]
By Jeremy C Wyatt, Clinical Advisor on New Technologies, Health Informatics Unit, RCP Many of us will welcome the Prime Minister’s announcements on May 21st that artificial intelligence (AI) and ‘The Grand Data Challenge’ will be used to: “transform the prevention, early diagnosis and treatment of diseases like cancer, diabetes,...
In its 500th year, the RCP is aiming to promote debate among healthcare workers and the public, about what the UK’s healthcare service should look like. One of the questions raised in the remit of Our Future Health is how investment could be targeted to improve the wellbeing of the…
In my role as the clinical vice president, leading the work on ‘improving care for patients’, I – and my colleagues in the Care Quality Improvement Directorate (CQID) – are focusing on the theme of clinical resources. In parallel we have themes of research and innovation and financial investment.