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Connected Care Programme to support and sustain technology enabled care

The Connected Care Programme has been developed by Boilerhouse Communications to assist public sector managers working in the technology enabled care arena keep track of what is going on around the country and to share their own thoughts and innovations with their peers in other parts of the public sector.

Boilerhouse to re-launch ADASS Care Apps Showcase & Conference as online platform and year round care apps programme

New programme format combines an online showcase with a year round programme of activities, a live event in Birmingham 7 March 2017 and a suite of Care Apps Awards.

Manchester chief executive Sir Howard Bernstein stands down as ...

Leeds is receiving £1m from NHS England to turn the Leeds Care Record into Ripple

Focus on staff engagement to drive service user take up of digital social care

ADASS Care Apps Showcase comes to Birmingham in 2016

Steve Carvell head of health and social care at CommonTime in conversation with Joe Tibbetts

Head of health at Samsung says diplomacy in managing collaborations is their most important skill set

Why the time is now for 3D printing in the medical world: Part 1

'What’s App Doc?’ The use of mobile health apps in primary care

NHS finances – the dark at the end of the tunnel

Earlier cancer diagnoses requires an urgent NHS shift to digital pathology

Will Electronic Patient Records be enough to improve patient care?

How sensors and a self-learning algorithm could drastically improve social care at home

Better collaboration on digital public services can provide a cost-effective lifeline

Technological innovation is the key to delivering joined up and effective public services

Internet of Things - sensors and wearables combine to provide a simplified and more effective system of social care