As a patient, I interact with the NHS in a number of places. But it’s still the same “me”.
I expect my doctors feel that way too.
#Standards: the common rules that mean our digital services can cross primary, secondary and community care.
Such an inspiring hack day. We definitely need to do more of them! Well done to all who were building prototypes crossing primary/secondary care boundaries. And community care too!
It’s so exciting to see the promise of interoperability brought to actual user needs.
It was great to talk about the #techvision with some of the best product and digital people in the NHS/DHSC family.
Thanks so much for inviting me along!
RT @email@example.com: Another cracking #HealthProductPeople line up. Thank you to @ColinPattinson@twitter.com @firstname.lastname@example.org @mattedgar @hadleybeeman and Kass for talking all things: tech vision, user needs, service manual and evaluating the success of a project.
Stay tuned for the write up!
We are now revisiting...
The CIA Simple Sabotage Field Manual, 1944
...in our @w3ctag meeting.
We the @tag are publishing guidelines for creating web platform compatible components.
When you create custom elements, how to make them fit in well with the rest of the platform?
This is something of an office...!
Our first tranche of prospective mandated standards are also out today, thanks to @NHSDigital@twitter.com.
• NHS number for patients
• SNOMED CT
Today we are publishing our vision for the future of healthcare, a tech architecture across the NHS and #healthtech economy.
It’s Ada Lovelace Day! Here’s to computing being driven by the clever, the creative and the persistent — regardless of gender.
This is pretty funny. An unexpected cameo, I suppose!
(Incidentally, I am all for consumers/citizens/patients controlling their own data. There is some very good stuff in @email@example.com and @SolidMit@twitter.com’s approach here!)
RT @kennethrohde @hadleybeeman found a nice picture of you :-) in an article about solid
Thanks for a great day, @firstname.lastname@example.org! I loved brainstorming with all of you. My head is buzzing with all your of ideas and projects and the potential for improving our services… I only wish we did these more often.
Hats off to the organisers; a terrific event! #ukhc18
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