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TRAINING & EDUCATION


Technological Teachings


Breda Corish, Elsevier Clinical Solutions Director, UK & N Europe, explains why the implementation of IT within healthcare should be backed by a thorough learning process.


In modern healthcare, practitioners and caregivers are looking to technology to help with the increasingly difficult task of delivering consistent, quality care, within a pressurised environment.


The digital transformation of healthcare systems is underway, with countries, organisations and individuals at different stages of their journey. In the UK, as elsewhere in the world, vendors have a critical role to support effective implementation of this new technology and to support the digital transformation of the NHS.


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Prime examples of where digital technologies are being brought in to answer the challenges of supporting clinical decision making include the introduction of electronic health records and the adoption of clinical decision support (CDS) solutions into healthcare practice, which offers fast and easy access to medical information.


Of course, the technology itself is not a cure-all solution; it is a vehicle for change. As any CIO or CCIO working within a healthcare setting knows, you have to match the clinical with the technological when answering the


problem. It is important, therefore, that the vehicle is effectively fueled by credible, current, evidence-based medical information.


However, contributing to the difficulty of the situation is the fast-changing landscape of modern healthcare. Here, we see that one of the biggest obstacles in delivering efficient and standardised care is an excess of information and the ability to manage it.


Over the last century, findings in medical research have rapidly accelerated; making it close to impossible for doctors


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