How teledermatology could help the NHS

For mild or moderate skin conditions, patients and doctors are increasingly turning to teledermatology

‘More progress needed in rehab’

Acute care of stroke victims is much improved, but less progress has been made in rehabilitation, says national clinical director for stroke Professor Tony Rudd

Treat the heart holistically

Treating cardiovascular diseases and the risks of suffering heart problems should be liberated from isolated health silos, writes Joshi Herrmann

Technology is helping survivors stay connected

Stroke can be an isolating illness; however, technology may not only be saving lives at the cutting edge, but also helping improve quality of life when patients return home, writes Victoria Lambert

Ensuring better connections suit patients’ needs

A model for healthcare delivery that leverages technology can maximise resources, and better engage clinicians and patients, as Corinne Swainger reports