The NHS is overdue a digital revolution writes Alan Mak

Britain has a world-leading reputation as a healthcare innovator, but we must act now to ensure the NHS doesn’t fall behind, writes Alan Mak MP on Tuesday 1 May.

Writing in City A.M., Alan argues too many NHS leaders are digitally risk-adverse with just £50m – well under 0.1% of the total NHS annual budget – is spend on encouraging the use of new technology with the NHS.

In his new report, published today by the Centre for Policy Studies, Alan outlines his plan to implement Jeremy Hunt’s ambition for a digital-free NHS.

Click here to read the full piece on City A.M..

Alan Mak’s report, Powerful Patients, Paperless Systems, is available to download from the CPS website.

Date Added: Tuesday 1st May 2018