Simplifying regulation, reducing the fragmented nature of public sector purchasing and allowing for more flexibility in NHS payment systems to allow for the introduction of new technology are all essential for better adoption of new technology, writes Lexology. The UK Government has published a voluntary code of conduct for data-driven health and care technology developers and users and has invited responses to it, before it publishes the final version in December, which will become a standard for tech partnerships with the public sector. Tech businesses seeking to work with the NHS should review the Code and respond to it to say whether they could implement the 10 principles in the Code and to set out what the key barriers to technology adoption are. Read the whole article here.

 

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