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NHS could benefit from AI by tapping into patient data

A report published by the House of Lords Select Committee that urges the UK Government to develop artificial intelligence (AI) ethically and fairly also encourages the NHS to take advantage of the ‘impressive advances in AI for healthcare’ to improve clinical and administrative services

Will Uber Health improve patient prescription drug compliance?

On March 1, Uber announced the launch of Uber Health, a platform that allows healthcare organizations, such as hospitals, clinics, physical therapy centers, and senior care facilities, to schedule transportation for patients to and from the location where they will receive medical care.

Can blockchain technology revolutionise healthcare data sharing?

Blockchain is best known as the data-sharing technology behind cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and Etherium. However, there is increasing interest in how they can be used outside of cryptocurrency transactions to support the sharing of data within other industries. As medical technology develops, there is an increasing need to securely share an ever-growing volume of data between healthcare providers around the world. Industry leaders interviewed by GlobalData have highlighted blockchain as a solution.

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