My recent article in WIRED Magazine, arguing that we need good design – as well as checklists – to improve patient safety.
Very excited to announce the publication of my new article for The King’s Fund with Matthew Honeyman on the eight technologies that will change health and care:
I wrote an article for NPR’s KQED Digital Health pages, on hype and hubris in digital health, and the reality of working as a doctor in the digital age.
It has long been recognised that mental health is neglected by healthcare systems across the world. Any yet the burden of disease is as significant as any. The WHO predicts that by 2030 depression will be the leading cause of the global burden of disease, outstripping ischaemic heart disease. Digital technology can improve psychiatric services along […]
Medical training is about box ticking. Where are the boxes for innovation and entrepreneurship? I wrote an article for the BMA.
I was interviewed about frugal innovation in healthcare as part of Wave for Health in Paris. Listen to it on Peter Day’s In Business programme on Radio 4.
“In 10 years time, healthcare will be unrecognisable” – Vishal Gulati, DFJ A new blog post for Capital Enterprise, reporting on the Digital Health Pit Stop this November at the brand new Digital Catapult. Read it here.
Published on 13th November 2014 in BMA Communities. Repurposing materials for other uses is not new concept. In India they even have a word for it. ‘Jugaad’ is Hindu for ‘frugal innovation’ – the art of repurposing existing materials for new solutions. In developing solutions for the current Ebola outbreak the concept of Jugaad is […]
Published on 31st October 2014 in BMA Communities Silicon Valley is obsessed with biology. It is being hailed as the next big technological revolution, to rival the recent computing one. We are now automating biological experiments, finding ways to reprogram cells and viruses, and even 3D-printing organs. So it was unsurprising that health and biotechnology […]
Published on 19th September in BMA Communities I love medicine. I love the science, the satisfaction of a diagnosis, and the human stories. It can be horrible, hard and emotionally exhausting, but on a fundamental level it can be infinitely rewarding. But I love creating things too. I enjoy building new projects and fleshing out […]