8th August 2017 by Tea Meneghetti
Lloyd Price, Healthcare Digital, 28th May 2018
Owen Hughes, Digital Health, 1st May 2018
Edward Malnick, The Telegraph, 29th April 2018
Ryan Sabey, The Sun, 29th April 2018
Hannah Crouch, Digital Health, 2nd March 2018
Ben Heather, HSJ, 1st March 2018
Felix Jackson, HSJ, 27th October 2017
Ross Lydall, Evening Standard, 23rd October 2017
Felix Jackson, Huffington Post, 20th July 2017
Felix discusses what compliance is and the risks of using non-compliant technology.
Felix Jackson talking to James Cannon, 10th July 2017
Felix discusses why the increased use of WhatsApp by doctors is a risk to patient data.
Jane Wakefield, BBC Technology Reporter, 6th July 2017
Doctors and nurses are using WhatsApp and Snapchat to share information about patients "across the NHS", health professionals have told the BBC. Felix discusses how use of WhatsApp is against the law and risks revealing confidential data.
Felix Jackson, HSJ 3rd July 2017
You can’t blame staff for using commonly available apps to communicate – but they pose risks to patient confidentiality, argues Felix Jackson, who calls for leaders to introduce compliant technology.
Georgina Gould, Junior Doctor, 5th June 2017
Georgina Gould explains why doctors use WhatsApp and the need for a compliant alternative.
Felix Jackson, Huffington Post, 19th May 2017
Felix looks into large-scale ransomware cyber-attack suffered by the NHS.
Felix Jackson, Digital Health, 25th April 2017
Instant messaging platforms, particularly Whatsapp, are widely used by doctors and clinical teams for quick and easy communications, but they are not compliant with NHS information governance requirements.