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Digital technology and health governance

Digital technology has the power to transform healthcare in developing countries, but only if it's used properly. Digital technology has the power to revolutionise health care in developing countries. Its mercurial ability to gather data, monitor patients, get the right…

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BBC: Inside Out East

Journalist Tom Barton investigates why the contract for older people’s healthcare - Uniting Care - in Cambridgeshire collapsed, and what damage that has done to health service. Dr Feryal Erhun, Reader in Operations Management at Cambridge Judge, said the project…

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Concentrating on health

Healthcare is under scrutiny - and strain - across the globe as rarely before. Obamacare is facing radical review by the Trump administration and the UK NHS, one of the largest in the world, is creaking under the pressure of…

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Separating routine and complex healthcare

Simplifying general hospital services to make them more manageable is a route to solving the current healthcare crisis, say two healthcare experts at Cambridge Judge Business School. Every day seems to bring fresh misery for the NHS - from the…

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World Economic Forum: Unity is more important than ever, but the world is fragmenting

Michael Kitson, University Senior Lecturer in International Macroeconomics at Cambridge Judge Business School, writes about global challenges such as climate change control, ageing populations and health care, work automation, and the rise of global capitalism. “Global challenges need global responses,…

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Distressed assets?

Financial distress of NHS hospitals has parallel in much-criticised banking practices, says Professor Geoff Meeks of Cambridge Judge Business School. Financial woes in National Health Service hospitals have disturbing parallels in a widely criticised model once deployed by the banking…

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Stresses on the NHS

NHS reform on the quiet

The most profound National Health Service reforms may come from low-cost initiatives that operate 'in the shadows' because they escape resistance from vested interests, says study at Cambridge Judge Business School, University of Cambridge. The most profound reforms of the…

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Genetic sequencing

GeneAdviser, supported by Cambridge Judge Business School, partners with Birmingham Women’s Hospital on personalised medicine. GeneAdviser, an online ordering platform for genetic testing, has signed a partnership with Birmingham Women's Hospital, the UK's largest National Health Service (NHS) genetic service…

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Workload and patient treatment

Workload affects both treatment and referral decisions by "gatekeepers" to specialist services such as primary care physicians and emergency doctors, says a new study co-authored at Cambridge Judge Business School, University of Cambridge. People with serious ailments naturally desire immediate…

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EMBA participants take on Alzheimer’s with new start-up

Three Cambridge Executive MBA participants and a professor of molecular biology have formed Aequa Sciences, a UK-based start-up that aims to provide inexpensive and safe solutions for Alzheimer's disease. EMBA participants Al L. Pineda, Jan Ruzicka, Loic Merckel and Czech…

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