Category: Learning

Case Study, Community, Learning, NHS, Research

How “The Power of Digital Communications: Improving Outpatient Attendances in South London” was written

March 29, 2018

Last year the DrDoctor Team came together with one of our clients, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust (GSTT) to write a paper for the Future Healthcare Journal (FHJ) about the power of digital communications and how we helped GSTT to reduce their ‘do not attend’ (DNA) rates by 17.2%*. At DrDoctor we place high

Community, Digital, e-referrals, Healthcare IT, Learning, NHS

The NHS’s Epidemic: A Cure – Digitalisation

March 9, 2018

The Epidemic The definition of an epidemic is a widespread occurrence of an infectious disease in a community at a particular time. It’s not too great a leap to suggest that the NHS is experiencing an epidemic of its own; a financial one. Every few weeks, we see newspapers dominated

Case Study, Community, Digital, Learning, NHS, Uncategorized

Time with Hamish Laing

March 8, 2018

We sat down with Hamish Laing, Medical Director, and Chief Information Officer, ABM University Health Board, to discuss all things digital and the NHS. We wanted to understand where Hamish has come from through his journey in the NHS, what inspires him and what he hopes to see in the

Healthcare IT, Learning, Running a company

How not to Screw up GDPR

February 26, 2018

GDPR at DrDoctor Everyone is talking about GDPR, it may not be the most exciting topic, but it will be making a big impact on users. How will we go about not screwing it up? Have a read below to see what we’ve done to prep for May 25th 2018.

Digital, Learning, Uncategorized

Driving Change Through Partnerships in Healthcare

February 15, 2018

Back when I studied economics at school, I was introduced to the concept of Ceteris Paribus – all other things being equal – and the term stuck with me, not least because phrases in Latin make you sound smart. It is used when examining, building and testing economic theories and models to

Community, Learning, NHS, Running a company

3 Key Insights For Working with the NHS

February 1, 2018

Healthcare, like all other industries, thrives on innovation. Paradoxically, the complexity of the NHS means that innovation often falls by the wayside to more pressing and immediate challenges. In an organisation as financially handicapped as the NHS, which concurrently spends over £20 billion on goods and services annually, the margin

Digital, Learning, NHS

Why Global Digital Exemplars are Steering the Ship of the NHS

January 11, 2018

  The NHS has come a long way from where it began, and as our world evolves and becomes ‘smarter’, our healthcare system needs to keep up to ensure patients and NHS workers are given the support they need. Over the past few years, headlines have stated how the NHS

Healthcare IT, Learning, NHS, Research, Uncategorized

Accelerated Access Review – Talk or Action?

November 3, 2016

At DrDoctor we try to do the hard work for you. Whether that’s making your hospital experience better or reading through long papers to extract the important info to deliver to you!   If you haven’t already guessed, this blog post will be the latter. We’ve delved into the AAR,

Learning

How to go about usability testing?

August 26, 2016

I have reached the final stage of my project during my internship at DrDoctor – the stage where I ask our users if what I have produced for them is at all useful. My aim was to build a Customer Support Platform that empowers our super-users to use DrDoctor technology to