If you work for the government, business or civil society and are interested in improving the quality of health and education delivery, have a look at our two new policy briefs: Managing health in the digital age and Managing education in a digital age.
These two briefs set out a number of practical considerations for countries wanting to embrace digital technology to improve health and education for everyone. Better outcomes for students and patients are of course not inevitable – particularly when the focus is often on procuring shiny new hardware or deploying technology for technology’s sake. The ability to use data to improve the management of these complex systems offers real, practical, opportunities to policymakers, as we explore in these briefs.
If you would like to find out more or download the full Positive Disruptions report please click here.