The future of healthcare: the digital revolution

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A cure for the NHS

This article is part of a series celebrating the NHS’s 70th Anniversary, sponsored by Philips. Find out more about Philips’ solutions here. It is a mark of how far medicine has come that Sylvia Diggory, the 13-year-old patient visited by Nye Bevan on the first day of the NHS on 5 July 1948, may not have

The NHS and the cancer challenge

Newly detected cancer cases and the number of people living with cancer are on the increase[i]. Affecting over 14 million lives each year, it now accounts for approximately 15% of all deaths globally[ii]. At a recent panel event hosted by Philips and The Spectator, the challenge this disease presents to the NHS, what should be

Technology at the heart: The dawn of a new NHS

As we reach the milestone 70th anniversary of the NHS, it’s an opportunity to celebrate the fact that, thanks to our health system, we can all expect to live longer, healthier lives. In 70 years, the NHS has transformed the wellbeing of the nation: delivering medical advances and revolutionary treatments to improve public health, and