All posts tagged #eHealth4All

In the shed at the bottom of the garden…

When a member of staff offers to put you in a shed at the bottom of the garden for the next 12 months, what does it mean I wonder? So far my time in Ireland has taught me so many new phrases. Most hilarious was learning what being ‘put on the long finger’ meant, however… Read More

Grecian 2000 for Grey IT…

First published in the HIMSS British Journal in August 2016. Turning grey hair to darker hair to protect youthful looks has been a trend for decades, and yet in IT we want maturity to not be grey, kind of odd really! Whether we are calling it shadow IT or grey IT it doesn’t matter. What… Read More

Engagement – An Interview…

First published in HIMSS engagement and integrated care… At the 2016 EU eHealth week in Amsterdam a number of commentators made an example of the clinical and patient engagement coming out of Ireland around the digital health landscape. This from a country that until recently had made little impact on the health IT area due… Read More

A festival of eHealth!

A year ago we were invited to be involved in the Future Health summit for the first time. We built a house as the theme for the event, from blue print to decoration eHealth experts from across the EU used the story of creating a new build as an analogy to describe how eHealth Ireland… Read More

Transition to transformation to continued development.

So there we were, three lads at the back of Mr. Carter’s British History class, Richard H, Richard C (me) and Gary. This was going to be a two year support friendship to ensure we passed a GCSE that to me was important as at that stage in my life I thought I was going… Read More

The Digital Customer…

This blog was originally published by http://businessvalueexchange.com/. What does it mean to have a digital consumer experience? Probably the music industry has managed to make the most of the digital market for consumers in recent years. And even now the impact of consumer and artist continues to evolve what is delivered at a pace that… Read More

More than building blocks

Do you remember being a kid and playing with Lego? In our house we had a small suitcase full of Lego. It used to make the most horrendous noise as you crashed around the case looking for the specific piece, but the building base was always the easiest to find and the most important to… Read More

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