Artificial intelligence (AI) technology is quickly advancing to improve the speed of diagnosis, predict the success of drug discoveries and provide virtual assistance to patients.1 The benefits of this technology (including convenience, improved patient treatment, cost savings and reduction in human errors) makes AI incredibly desirable to over-stretched and budget-restricted healthcare systems, especially the NHS. Read more
In this third blog in our series about Delivering Change we provide a brief overview of what CHC means when we talk about change.
‘Change’ has become a buzzword in our industry but more often than not, this ‘change’ only ever relates to behaviour change – changing the prescribing habits of healthcare professionals or changing people’s engagement in their own health. At CHC, we wanted to take this one step further and be more specific about ‘change’. Read more
We are constantly on the look-out for inspirational, standout communication campaigns.
Over the last 18 months, and especially in 2016, Alzheimer’s Research UK has really made people sit up and listen. We want to take a moment to praise their fantastic work and examine why they have been so effective. Read more
So the team told me I had to write the first post on our new CHC blog, Can’t Help Commenting. As someone who has quite a few opinions (just ask my colleagues and clients!) on communications and the critical role it can and should play in health and medicine I’ve actually found it pretty difficult to nail down a single topic. Perhaps this bodes well for the start of a blog – there should be no excuses if the blogs ‘dry up’.
But a few meetings and conversations in the last week or so have helped me arrive on a topic. Change. And how much what we do has changed in the last few years. Read more