Health and social care

Measuring the viability of the NHS and social care through the lens of funding growth provides a partial picture of services whose leaders are championing the provision of better value through increased productivity, and better health outcomes for people.

Reform’s research examines how technological transformation, local health and care commissioning and workforce reform can create an adaptive and sustainable NHS and social care, capable of delivering integrated models of care to meet our changing and rapidly ageing society.

Publications

5th June 2019

Health Conference 2019 - Unlocking the promise of digital health

On 5 June 2019, Reform held our annual health conference on 'Unlocking the promise of digital health', in partnership with Baxter, PA Consulting, Doctorlink and Taurus Healthcare. The brochure includes more information about all of our speakers,along with articles from Reform's Eleonora Harwich, Baxter's Steven Fay and PA Consulting's Jonathan Pearson.  

Blogs

Press

Report coverage - 'Thinking on its own: AI in the NHS'

On Thursday 11 January 2018, Reform launched its reportThinking on its own: AI in the NHS. The report was covered in a range of different publications including The IndependentThe RegisterComputer WeeklyUK AuthorityPulse TodayGovernment ComputingScience BusinessThe British Journal of Healthcare ComputingIT ProCBR GovernmentThe Public PurseGizmodoDigital by Default NewsPharmaceutical Services Negotiating CommitteeThe King’s FundThink Digital PartnersCloud ProCognition XChartered Society of PhysiotherapyDigital HealthData IQAI VexoMachine LearningPharmafieldIn FocusTelecare LINThe Robotics Law JournalEvidence in MindZPBRoyal College of NursingHealthy London PartnershipEssex LPCHealth Estates and Facilities Management AssociationPrimary Care Commissioning Community Interest CompanyLinkedInOutcomes Based HealthcareInternet of BusinessGovernment ComputingOlder People’s Commission for Wales, Open Mind, British Journal of Healthcare Computing, Health and Social care.ai, Healthcare News, Lord Darzi’s report: Better health and care for all: a 10 point plan for the 2020s, Barclays, The RegisterNuffield BioethicsGood Governance Institute, Microsoft, GovTech Leaders, ITProThe Royal SocietyKnowledge BriefOxford Insights, Frontline (physiotherapy magazine for CSP members), The Medic PortalPharma TimesDKV (Deep Knowledge Ventures), Breathe News, Hall and Partners and the Alan Turing Institute's new report on understanding AI. The Mayor of London's report on AI and PwC's report on AI in healthcare also features the report. The NHS Topol Review features the report. 

The report was featured in the International Journal of Law and Information Technology in an article written by Daniel Schönberger. 

Global coverage includes Elecfans in China, DigiNews in Taiwan, in Russia (herehere and here), AI Policy Labs in the USA, Ministry of Health library in New Zealand, Quebec Newsletter and the Canadian Agency for Drugs and Technologies in Health in Canada, E-health Research in Norway, in Australia and in California. It was also mentioned in the World Health Organization's report on digitizing national health systems in EuropeReform‘s report is specifically mentioned on pg 23 -4, along with a mention for Eleonora Harwich, Director of Research and Head of Digital and Tech Innovation specifically.

Reading lists that mention the report include Keyah ConsultingWilton ParkIBM Watson Health and the Kent Surrey Sussex AHSN’s recent report.