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  • RT @ZPBLtd: Miss out on the @CamHNet event with Bruce D. Greenstein last week? Read our latest post about it: https://t.co/PoXO4eFWS4 #Heal
  • Thank you @mswindells & @Bruceonhealth for an insightful and interesting evening.
  • Final comments from our panel expect a bright future for the health tech sector and the UK & US looks forward to our shared learnings.
  • It's an exciting and crucial part of the health care future. Regulation however will be a challenge. https://t.co/eaXkylRR1L
  • Regulation around AI & machine learning is the next question from the floor
  • Richard Smith: Mental health—has the tide finally turned?

    When I spoke to this group four years ago about mental health services all was doom and gloom, but now I feel optimistic. This is how Paul Farmer, chief executive officer of …

  • Transparency & the Open Society: IGHI Guest Lecture with Tim Kelsey and Roger Taylor

    Join friends of CHN on Monday 20th June for a special guest lecture with IGHI visiting Professor Tim Kelsey and entrepreneur and writer Roger Taylor as they celebrate the release of

  • The future of primary care? It’s already happening in Tower Hamlets

    Those who attended the Cambridge Health Network’s Future of primary care event last night left inspired by the lessons from East London’s Tower Hamlets.

    Chair of NHS Tower Hamlets CCG, Sir Sam Everington …

  • Richard Smith: Turning round failing hospitals

    The Care Quality Commission has placed 27 health institutions, most of them hospitals, into “special measures,” and so far 11 have emerged. Few jobs can be tougher or lonelier than taking over …

  • Clinical leaders badly needed but not appreciated

    By Richard Smith

    All health systems need clinical leaders to flourish, but being a clinical leader is hard, particularly in the NHS. Those were the main messages from last night’s meeting of the …