As demand at A&E departments increases, more solutions must be developed to ensure the NHS provides a reliable service.
A report has called for an upgrade of the IT systems and urged the Scottish government to resolve the issue so as to get the best out of digital for the country’s NHS.
Following a successful pilot, Microsoft and NHS Digital will roll out the cyber security partnership across the rest of the UK.
As technology develops, the computer skills workers have must develop and improve as well in order to ensure patients get the best care and treatment that is possible.
AI and robotics are expected to take over NHS 111 calls and improve the service patients get by 2020.
Most patients said they would like to manage medical appointments online or through a smartphone.
Trusting AI technology will enable the NHS to reap all the benefits of the technology across the organsiation.
Innovations include voice-recognition app for sickle disease patients, online service sci-connect and Allergy Assist app.
Local Council aims to encourage the use of assistive technology in adult social care through a new project.
The changes will cover services which could be developed in the future to give patients the best possible protection.