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BBC Radio 4's Peter Day's interview with Dr Simon Gabe and me about Patients Know Best came out today. Here is the clip: Which is part of the episode titled "A Great Disruption" because it is based on the wonderful book No Straight Lines by Alan M...
The cover of the British Medical Journal includes my article titled "Patients must have control of their medical records": Imagine an elderly patient with heart disease, arthritis, and a history of depression who needs social care at home. These...
Public Service have featured the announcement of St Mark's Hospital becoming a Patients Know Best customer by publishing an editorial by me about our work. It is a pleasure and a privilege to work with the intestinal failure team at St Mark's,...
The charity Patient Information Forum has published a great report teaching clinicians the principles of giving patients access to their medical records. Page 16 summarises why Patients Know Best (PKB) is better than all current alternatives: The...
My first article about Patients Know Best came out in today's issue of The European Business Review, Europe's top business journal. The audience is important as we begin to explain to business leaders, including managers and commissioners, the...
Al-Jazeera English recently recorded a series of episodes titled "Apps for Good", about smartphone apps that do good in the world. So on Saturday, repeated during the news hours as part of the "Tapping into Technology" segment, Al-Jazeera aired...
Patients Know Best (PKB), the world’s first patient-controlled electronic medical records system has teamed up with patient support group The Alkaptonuria (AKU) Society and Royal Liverpool University Hospital to help AKU patients better manage their healt
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