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News & Views

Institute for Government: Government outsourcing - what has worked and what needs reform?

"Labour’s policy of bringing public services back into government hands by default would be a mistake. But senior politicians have consistently overstated how much money is saved by outsourcing services". (instituteforgovernment.org.uk)
16th September 2019

View: Forget AI in healthcare, augmented intelligence and distributed ledger technology will transform healthcare

“Healthcare is not like banking,” says Dr. Anushka Patchava, Expert Adviser to the United Nations. “Rather it’s a more emotional business. Artificial intelligence in healthcare implies the use of…non-human systems, like computers, performing tasks such as decision-making, without a human touch".(informationage.com)
13th September 2019

New Thinking: Giving the charitable sector the tools it needs to survive

A new report from Canada recommends a national volunteerism strategy and a regulatory approach that updates the definition of a charity.
6th September 2019