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NHS not properly investing in cyber security

22nd January 2019

According to IT Pro, the Cumbrian NHS has suffered more than 150 cyber attacks in five years, highlighting the need for better cyber security investment across the health service As discovered via a Freedom of [read more]

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Do I need a Google My Business page?

21st January 2019

Despite what its name suggests, Google My Business isn’t just for businesses – it’s appropriate for practices too. We speak to digital expert Ian Spencer, of IST Digital Marketing, to learn about how you can [read more]

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100,000 genomes – what’s the future?

17th January 2019

The NHS has achieved David Cameron’s vision of sequencing 100,000 genomes, with practices playing a key role in the project. It’s establishing the NHS as a global leader in genomic medicine – but what does [read more]

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Protecting the NHS From another virus

11th January 2019

The 2017 WannaCry attack caused havoc in the health service, but has enough been done to prepare the system for next time? Ethical hacker Gavin Millard, of cyber-security firm Tenable, helps practices understand what they [read more]

Features

Are you Future Fit?

10th January 2019

We surveyed 135 of our practice manager and other healthcare practitioner readers, asking them about the biggest digital challenges they are facing today. Here are the results   You can read the Future Fit? full [read more]

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Matt Hancock plans GP IT improvements

3rd January 2019

The government has outlined plans to improve IT in GP surgeries across the UK Matt Hancock, the UK’s health secretary, has announced that outdated IT in GP practices across the country will soon be replaced [read more]

Features

Does your practice need a Facebook page?

14th December 2018

Despite regularly hitting the headlines for all the wrong reasons, Facebook is still one of the most widely-used social media platforms in the UK, with more than 30 million regular users. Your patients are probably [read more]