The Reformer Blog

Data sharing: connecting services and improving outcomes

16 August 2018, by Jovian Smalley, Group Manager – Engagement (Public Services), Information Commissioner’s Office

From multi-agency safeguarding hubs to integrated supported employment and mental health programmes, public service...

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Sharing the benefits: how to use data effectively in the public sector

16 August 2018, by Luke Heselwood

Government sits at the heart of a web of data on individuals. By sharing this data within and across departments, it...

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HealthSpan: moving towards a sustainable NHS

15 August 2018, by Dr Nasrin Hafezparast

On 21st May 2018, Theresa May gave a speech on science and modern industrial strategy, and for the Healthy Ageing grand...

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GDPR and Blockchain

14 August 2018, by Sophie Sheldon, Supervising Associate, Simmons & Simmons and Lydia Torne, Managing Associate, Simmons & Simmons

Interest in blockchain does not seem to be going anywhere anytime soon. Increasingly, it is being proposed (in a...

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The Week, 10 August 2018

10 August 2018

This week, Jeremy Wright MP, Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, and Tracey Crouch MP, Civil...

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Decentralised electronic health records with blockchains

7 August 2018, by Dr Philip Xiu, Chief Medical Officer, Medicalchain

If you saw your doctor tomorrow, what do you think they would see when typing your name into their electronic health...

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