Blogs

By Andra Vlaicu / May 2, 2018

Cognitive Bias ‚Äď How to Recognise It, Deal With It & Change It

Thursday week ago -- 19th of April, for those of you who missed it --, when the sun was splitting the trees, the OHT Irish Hub had their first One...

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By Andra Vlaicu / May 2, 2018

Human of Health Tech — Yewande Faloyin

Having just left McKinsey, as well as wrapping up a range of health & transformation projects, Yewande Faloyin is now at a crossroads. One HealthTech had a quick catch-up with...

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By Andra Vlaicu / May 2, 2018

Digitising ‘Old School’ Healthcare Practice — Event Recap

Emma Hardy, our volunteer-lead for this event, does a thorough recap, just in case you missed it ūüôā Modern-day job roles across industries are becoming increasingly reliant on technology and...

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By Andra Vlaicu / April 5, 2018

Wired Health: Event Report

Amanda Stenbaek joined the OHT team at the Wired Health event, as the winner of our small competition. Read below a detailed report on what seems to have been an...

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By Andra Vlaicu / April 5, 2018

Innovating at the edge ‚Äď Bridging the gap by connecting the dots

You can’t connect the dots looking forward; you can only connect them looking backwards. Steve Jobs, 2005 A great quote which sums up my journey in healthcare to date and sense...

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By Andra Vlaicu / April 5, 2018

International Women’s Day Recap

Jenny Zhou, London Hub volunteer, shares her thoughts about the IWD London event In honour of International Women's Day on March 8th, One HealthTech gathered healthtech leaders to speak about...

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By OHT HQ / February 1, 2018

Human of HealthTech – Julie Oxley

Human of HealthTech of the Month - Julie Oxley -   How does social care differ from health informatics? Working in a local authority is very different from health and...

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By OHT HQ / January 30, 2018

Why health data science research needs a makeover

Why health data science research needs a makeover - Roshni Joshi -  We’re bombarded with daily headlines bellowing the strain upon our beloved NHS. With over-worked and exhausted frontline staff,...

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By Maxine Mackintosh / December 1, 2017

Minorities: are we qualified to say ‚Äėless qualified‚Äô?

Minorities: are we qualified to say ‚Äėless qualified‚Äô?   - Amy Nelson-¬† ‚ÄúWe hire only the most qualified people‚ÄĚ: this is perhaps the commonest defence of companies and institutions whose...

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By Maxine Mackintosh / October 14, 2017

Strengthening our talent pipeline to unlock the potential of personalised medicine

Strengthening our talent pipeline to unlock the potential of personalised medicine by Natalie Chishick, Policy and Communications Director for IMS MAXIMS, an award-winning provider of clinical technology solutions that improve patient care across...

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