The Healthy London Partnership (HLP) interoperability programme is supporting coordinated pan-London activity to develop common standards for interoperability between key health and social care information systems.
There is a growing interest amongst GPs in the ways technology can be used to help them manage increasing patient demand, and offer new, more convenient ways for patients to access consultations that do not rely on face-to-face clinic appointments.
The Older Adult Technology project aims to have a better understanding of the digital and technological needs of the older adult generation, which is defined as those over the age of 60.
The information team are working on data visualisation using the Tableau software.
The Health Innovation Network are working with IMS Health to explore digital content prescribing in a variety of health care settings, with the aim of developing working practices for clinicians in South London, as well as being a forerunner in the national discussion. This work reflects the changing nature of the patient and clinician relationship, with patients increasingly involved and engaged in their care.