Digital Vision for Health

Re-imagining health in the everything-connected world


   
Precision medicine is here
   
Predict, Prevent, Personalise and Participate: the four key pillars revolutionising healthcare
   

As scientists and surgeons push the boundaries of medical science, we are also seeing the start of a revolution in health that’s much closer to home. Digital tools and channels are helping to reshape healthcare delivery. Digital transformation is key to enabling healthcare organisations to meet urgent demands, improve patient outcomes and empower us all to look after our own health and wellbeing. Our Digital Vision for Health explores how health is evolving.

 

Philip Chalmers - Senior Vice President, Public Sector & Health, Atos UK & Ireland

 

Key topics - Digital Vision for Health

Towards citizen-driven care

With the urgent need to shift from treating illness to maintaining wellbeing, what behavioural change is needed? How do we empower people to look after their own health and stay out of hospital?

Digital transformation is shifting interactions in health

We are entering the age of the citizen, with a move from centralised services towards local systems and individuals, all enabled by data and digital tools utilising platforms such as machine learning and supercomputing

Predictive health and wellbeing

Genomics is one of the most significant advances in medical science. How will advanced data analytics affect population health and support a closer partnership between citizens and clinicians?

What next for the NHS?

The UK’s first digital hospital and a paperless NHS is getting closer. What’s next on the digital roadmap for health and how are NHS organisations responding?

Download the Digital Vision for Health opinion paper below


Demanding Digital - The Rise of the Digitally Discerning Consumer - Report

Digital Vision for Health  

 

Re-imagining health in the everything-connected world

 

How digital enablers can help improve patient outcomes, support clinicians, integrate resources and meet our health needs.

Download the Digital Vision for Health opinion paper >>

Key Articles



Thoughts from Pooven


Transforming healthcare with people at the heart - Blog >>

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It's well documented that in terms of patient outcomes, the NHS and local authorities must get more integrated around health and social care delivery.   At Atos, we see four main pillars for driving the kind of fundamental change now needed.

 

 

Pooven Maduramuthu - Vice President - Health Sales, Atos UK & Ireland 

 

 

Digital Vision for Health: Key facts infographic

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Digital Vision for Health: Key facts infographic

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Acknowledgements

 

We would like to thank the following contributors. If you wish to send feedback, please email us via the details at the top of the page.

In order of appearance

  Adrian Gregory       
  Chief Executive Officer, Atos UK & Ireland  
     
  Philip Chalmers       
  Senior Vice President, Public Sector & Health, Atos  
     
  Natalia Jimenez Lozano  
  PhD Life Sciences Business Development Manager, Atos
 
     
  Sally Stanley       
  Client Executive, Health, Atos  
     
  David Karney       
  Business Development Director UK&I, Worldline  
     
  Dr Paul Taylor  
  Reader in Health Infomatics, UCL  
     
  Alan Grogan        
  Head of Analytics, Business & Platform Solutions, Atos  
     
  Dr Chris Streather FRCP       
  Chief Medical Officer, HCA Healthcare UK  
     
  Pooven Maduramuthu       
  Vice President, Health, Atos  
     
  The Business Services Association  
     
  Neil Griffiths  
  Deputy Chief Executive, UCLH
 
     
  Neil MacKenzie       
  Partner, Business & Platform Solutions, Atos  
     
  Jeremy Nettle       
  Interim Senior Advisor, techUK  
     
  Ben Moody       
  Head of Health and Social Care, techUK  
     
  Andy Bishop       
  Associate Partner, Business & Platform Solutions, Atos  
     
  Elaine Bennett       
  Partner - Health, Business & Platform Solutions, Atos  
     
  Professor Stephen Powis       
  Medical Director and Digital Lead, Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust  
  Patrick Phillips       
  Partner, IT Strategy & Transformation, Atos  
     
  Aaron Powell  
  Chief Digital Officer, NHS Blood and Transplant
 
     
  Derek Hussey       
  Business Development Director, Horsebridge Network Systems Ltd  
     
  Andrew Jackson       
  Chief Executive, ProReal Ltd  
     
  Kulveer Ranger       
  Vice President, Strategy & Communications, Atos  
     
  Isaac Swanton       
  Business Consultant, Atos  
     
  Christopher Joynson       
  Business Consultant, Atos  
     

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Vice President - Health Sales
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