The Reformer Blog

The Week, 20 July 2018

20 July 2018, by Eleonora Harwich

This week’s Reformer highlights the existing digital divide within the healthcare system. On the one hand, parts of...

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International lessons to help the NHS harness health data

17 July 2018, by Dr Ed Fitzgerald, Global Healthcare Executive, KPMG International

The NHS has long been a leader in collecting data, from comprehensive Hospital Episode Statistics to world-class...

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The Week, 13 July 2018

13 July 2018

In its report on Carillion, the Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee this week concluded that...

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Making NHS data work for everyone (III): a mutually beneficial partnership

10 July 2018, by Eleonora Harwich

Last month, Reform held a panel event on how to make NHS data work for everyone. The event explored: (i) the different...

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The Week, 6 July 2018

6 July 2018

On Thursday this week, Michael Barber (speaking for Reform) and Meg Hillier MP separately explained how to get value...

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The achievement gap and AI augmented online tutoring

5 July 2018, by Professor Rosemary Luckin, Professor of Learner Centred Design, UCL Knowledge Lab and Director, EDUCATE and Dr Mutlu Cukurova, Lecturer in Digital Technologies in Education and Learning Scientist, UCL Knowledge Lab

The achievement gap between students who come from different socio-economic backgrounds is a well-known and persistent...

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