Alive and clicking: information that benefits all – NHS Confederation – 17 May 2012

Posted on May 21, 2012. Filed under: Health Informatics, Patient Participation | Tags: |

Alive and clicking: information that benefits all  – NHS Confederation – 17 May 2012

“This paper explores the potential for using and sharing information in the NHS. It looks at the costs and benefits of informing and communicating with patients through web and social media platforms versus the costs of not doing so effectively.

Managing information is an essential part of delivering good healthcare but historically difficult to get right. While the NHS drowns in information and spends more and more to gather it, it has struggled to use it to good effect for patients, often shying away from being transparent about how services are run and responding openly when things go wrong.

The third in our series of papers looking at interactions between the NHS, individuals and communities.”


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