2020, its been a challenging time…. for everyone.
Now its the end of the Summer 2020, and time for the new term to start.
There is no doubt that challenges are ahead.
As we move forward, the best way to frame this time, is of one of opportunity. So lets not look at what we [...]
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Building Back Better: Open Source TeleHealth
In my last post I was briefly looking at some of the successes that the Ripple Foundation has enjoyed over the last few years. In fostering change in the field of healthcare and in promoting the role of open source, openEHR and an open platform in healthcare its been [...]
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A Story of Makers & Takers
As many of you will know, following positive developments on the ground in Leeds, the Ripple Open Source Initiative began in 2015 and moved into the not for profit, Ripple Foundation shortly thereafter. In targeting and supporting the development of key open source components [...]
We are pleased to update the openEHR community on the outcome of our EtherCIS international camp held over 3 days in London, December 2018.
A group of 12 individuals, representing 8 nationalities from academia, commercial and non-profit sectors came together to explore, discuss [...]
Hello and welcome to our Digital Commons Academy, a set of open access videos, which you are free to use and and share with colleagues.
At Ripple Foundation we appreciate that digital advancement in health and care is complex so we’ve broken down the issues into a series of short [...]
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Digital Commons Academy
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If a pictures tells a thousand words; Here are some videos
1) Executive Summary
An NHS open digital platform challenge fund will stimulate the development of an open platform in the NHS. Open digital platforms are independently forecast by McKinsey and Co to reduce the delivery of care costs across the NHS by 11%. They will support [...]
How to turn the Universal Capabilities within the Local Digital Roadmap – in the financial reality of the NHS.
Local Digital Roadmaps set out how to achieve the ambition of paper free at the point of care by 2020 for the NHS. 77 areas across the nation have submitted documents [...]
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How to deliver your Local Digital Roadmap
Get involved in the latest web enabled real time communication (webRTC) which is being developed within the Ripple showcase stack.
This open source video consultation software has endless opportunities for use across the health system from GPs communicating directly with [...]
The letters IDCR are currently used in the NHS in England as an abbreviation for Integrated Digital Care Records, part of the latest push to transform health and care in England in the 21st Century towards more holistic, integrated, patient-centred care, supported by the right [...]
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Think you need an IDCR? Think again…
For everyone who is working to move healthcare into the 21st Century …. we are all on a change journey, made up of people + process + technology elements… which is particularly challenging when we aim towards integrated care. In the past I’ve looked in particular at the key [...]
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Integrated Care & Digital Records – A Maturity Model
Much has been written about the impact that open source approaches to information and technology are having across the whole of society. A new chapter, some of which is still being written, is emerging and challenging the way that individuals, communities, organisations and [...]
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Opening up Healthcare IT – the right medicine
As clinicians, we share a common purpose: to heal, to alleviate suffering and to comfort. In the 21st century, the explosion of knowledge has increased our armoury to achieve our aims. We share our discoveries freely and subject them to peer review, publish them in journals, [...]
Repost from Tony Shannon’s Frectally speaking blog at frectal.com
My first blog of 2015 mentioned a word that is key to all change – culture.
Cultural change is a challenging thing and yet if we examine [...]
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Change story number 1: Story of Self