Pitching for government business becoming affordable for SMEs thanks to CCS, GDS, MHCLG collaboration

Emilia Cedeno of Crown Commercial Service and Poss Apostolou of DXW explain how collaborative initiatives by these government departments will put more public sector contracts within the grasp of SMEs....Read more

Cities should be bolder with tech and collaborate to meet urbanization challenges

Stephen Blackburn of Leeds City Council and Theo Blackwell, Chief Digital Officer for London, discuss how city governments can use technology to respond to significant growth in urbanization and other changes – some brought about by technology itself....Read more

Getting health and social care data flowing across systems to support integration

Leeds GP and CCIO Alistair Walling, and everyLIFE Technologies Chief Information and Compliance Officer Taffy Gatawa, discuss the role of data sharing in health & social care integration....Read more

Choosing from 389 ‘expressions of interest’ for £7.5m of Local Digital funding

The Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government have £7.5m of funding for local digital projects. MHCLG’s Linda O’Halloran describes the allocation process....Read more

Unpaid carers: sorely undervalued in spite of being worth ‘a second NHS’

Madeleine Starr, Director of Carers UK, explains to the CLgdotTV studio audience why, despite a great legislative framework, unpaid carers in the UK still struggle to get the support they need....Read more

What it's like to put 'lived experience' into the design and production of health & care services

Keymn Whervin was 21 and at university when her mother experienced a stroke that left her without speech and paralysed on one side....Read more

Thinking differently about residential care: what does the data say?

Social care: reasons to be cheerful

What does it take for local digital collaboration and sharing to work?

Social care: benefits of ‘extra care’ approaches and why demand outstrips supply

AHSNs to lead new NHS campaign to increase diagnosis of atrial fibrillation among the general population

Collaboration between client and software developer demands a shared understanding of how the process works.

An estimated 4,000 teenagers in London alone are involved in county lines drug dealing.

UK future health depends on ‘really big paradigm shift’ to prevention - supported by NHS/local authority collaboration