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What’s In A Name?

What’s In A Name?

Our parent, PatientView, has listings of around 40,000 contacts in patient organisations for diverse therapy areas across the world. The database is a monster, requiring constant checking, updating and additions. What it brings home is that now, more than ever, patient groups and health charities […]

Improving Accessible Health Information

Improving Accessible Health Information

Accessible Health It’s been quite a week for banging my head against the wall with the challenges of a healthcare system which breaks its own rules and law. Take for example, people with visual health needs.  It started with a man with severe sight impairment […]

Patient Information – Patient Group Provides Leaflet Service

Patient Information – Patient Group Provides Leaflet Service

You open up your medication. You start to read the leaflet. Your eyes glaze over as you squint through folded pages of small, jargon-filled text. Research shows that those who persevere with reading the leaflet can actually become more anxious and less compliant with treatment. […]

Machine Learning: Patient Groups Evaluate

Machine Learning: Patient Groups Evaluate

How can patient groups evaluate machine learning? Let’s begin with machine learning. It touches all aspects of our lives. It is how Amazon, eBay, Google and so on `learn’ how to recommend different products. This is based on websites we visit or what we buy […]