Forbes March 23, 2023
Bernard Marr

The UK National Health Service (NHS) is the largest nationalized health service in the world, providing healthcare services to around 65 million people. This huge responsibility means that it is constantly exploring new technological solutions that will allow it to work more efficiently and improve patient outcomes.

It also handles a huge amount of very sensitive data. Traditionally, this data – consisting of personal health records, clinical data, and public data – has been stored in separate systems spread across hundreds of healthcare and hospital trusts. Its aim is to implement what is known as the NHS Federated Data Platform – to bring all of this information together into a single source where it can be used to improve decision-making...

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Topics: Big Data, Health IT, Health System / Hospital, Provider, Technology
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