Digital Health Unplugged: February news team debrief


The latest Unplugged podcast is now live, this time focusing on the biggest headlines here at Digital Health over the past month.

Join us as Digital Health’s editor, Hannah Crouch, editor-in-chief Jon Hoeksma and senior reporter Andrea Downey discuss the news Epic has reportedly told it’s customers it will stop working with Google Cloud; the Department of Health and Social Care’s new £140 artificial intelligence award; and the possibility of NHSX setting a minimum spend for technology.

These three stories gained the most attention on the Digital Health News site from you, our readers, so tune in to hear what we have to say about the impact these stories are likely to have on the NHS and wider landscape.

And don’t forget we are now just one week away from Digital Health Rewired, with a huge range of exciting keynotes include NHSX chief Matthew Gould (you can listen to our podcast with him here), journalist and author of Invisible Women, Caroline Criado-Perez, and president of Tech UK, Jacqueline De Rojas.

Back at Olympia London on 3 and 4 March, there’s seven fantastic tracks spanning the topics of digital transformation, interoperability, clinical software, AI and analytics and more. Registrations are open right up until the night before, 2 March, and you can also pop down on the day and register at the door.

Digital Health Rewired is free for everyone from NHS, public sector, independent providers, charities and education sectors, plus start-ups less than three-years old.

Register your place at Rewired 2020 today.

Digital Health Unplugged is available on Spotify, iTunes and Apple Podcasts. Follow us to stay up-to-date with each podcast, published fortnightly.

You can also download the podcast from digitalhealth.podbean.com or through the Podbean app.

Got a podcast suggestion? Email adowney@digitalhealth.net

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