Blog

Mon 3rd Jun, 2019

‘All-singing and all-dancing’ NHS App scrapped

We broadly welcome the recent blog post from the new incoming Chief Executive at NHSX, Matthew Gould which has received some publicity in the trade press. https://healthtech.blog.gov.uk/2019/05/31/the-nhs-app-a-platform-for-innovation/ Mr Gould said:

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Thu 30th May, 2019

Our principles

We often get asked why we do what we do at iPlato and what makes us all driven to help simplify the journey for patients to access healthcare. We believe

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Tue 23rd Apr, 2019

Are you worried about the NHS app too?

On the back of ICO breaches (7/4/19) from the Home Office, it does make one concerned about how much data the government is gathering about you and how it could

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Mon 1st Apr, 2019

NHS Health Checks

Putting behavioural insights theory into practice a trial in Southwark using iPLATO Hub to communicate with over 13,000 patients concluded that the right combination of text messaging and letter content

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Fri 22nd Mar, 2019

6 questions with the CEO

What inspired you to set up the company? I used to work at the Paris office of Accenture - a huge American consulting firm. After a couple of years there

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Mon 11th Mar, 2019

Brand new research programme in AI

iPLATO is delighted to announce the introduction of a brand new research programme in Artificial Intelligence (AI), at Barts Life Sciences, placing healthcare in east London at the forefront of

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Mon 11th Mar, 2019

Welcoming Liverpool to iPLATO

iPlato are pleased to welcome Liverpool CCG to the growing group of CCGs and STPs that have agreed multi-year contracts for deployment of their Practice Messaging solution. With 93 practices

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Thu 31st Jan, 2019

Are we ready for video consultations?

The recent news that patients in England will be able to access video appointments with their GP by 2021 instead of 2023 could be welcome news for all of those

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Fri 11th Jan, 2019

Saving Lives with Patient Messaging

Without question, the focus of our beloved NHS is always to save lives.  The importance of technology and the impact it has, both within the NHS and on patient outcomes,

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