Web content, software and online systems should be created for everyone to be able to use. There’s little point going to all the effort of launching a brand new product or website if vast swathes of people are unable to use it. The people behind these sites and programs have a responsibility to make the things accessible. Which is why design accessibility is so important.
During a recent planned procurement review, 83 GP practices in Wales have chosen to move from EMIS Web to Vision. This extensive system migration will increase Vision's Welsh market share to 73.3 per cent.
General Practice is changing. Official figures show that GP numbers are decreasing, but at the same time workload is increasing. We don't have a magic wand to make these conflicting pressures disappear. However, modern healthcare software can support General Practice as it adapts to new ways of working that depend upon collaboration and using information to improve the nation's health.
It's that time of year when we look back and evaluate. What have we achieved? What did we do well? What can we do better? With this in mind, we're going to improve how we communicate with you. We're going to send you fewer emails. We'll personalise our communications and make sure they're relevant to you.
Software has come on in leaps and bounds over the last 10 years and it is now an integral part of our daily lives. But this is not only because more functionality is available. Changes in how we interact with the software have had a massive impact.