Advances in digital technology are giving rise to a ‘Digital Health’ revolution, making personal health management accessible to all at the click of a button, or a tap of the screen. For businesses, the challenge is in finding the sweet spot between privacy, accessibility and usefulness.
With care for older people rising up the policy agenda and generating widespread debate, we invite you to come and hear the findings of our research project exploring unmet need for adult social care for older people and discuss the implications with our panel.
Companion diagnostics have had a profound impact on the way in which cancer is treated. In this article, Pieter De Richter – Ipsos Healthcare’s Head of Oncology Molecular Diagnostics – discusses how the promise of truly personalised medicine is edging closer towards reality.
Given that it is such an important issue to the public, it is not surprising that Labour is making the NHS a centrepiece of its election campaign, says Kate Duxbury.
This research report accompanies care home results, presenting findings from the Ipsos MORI surveys.
When it comes to the fight against cancer, we are on the cusp of a revolution. In this article, Pieter De Richter – Ipsos Healthcare’s Head of Oncology Molecular Diagnostics – explores how cancer treatment will change in the coming decades.
Ipsos MORI surveyed UK 13-17 year-olds and their parents to provide a picture of their drinking attitudes and behaviours.
New global poll finds unemployment remains the top issue globally — but in Britain healthcare is the single biggest worry for the fourth consecutive month.
New study finds the majority of people across 26 countries think that their country is on the wrong track — South Africa, Mexico, Brazil, South Korea, Italy and France are the most concerned.
The final Ipsos MORI/Economist Issues Index prior to the General Election shows six in ten (61%) Britons consider the NHS to be one of the biggest issues facing Britain, up 13 percentage points from last month.
Nearly two thirds (64%) of adults aged 15+ in Britain think that taxes should be increased as a way of funding the NHS.