How is innovation making a difference in the NHS?

Dr Amanda Begley discusses how new technologies and innovative solutions are making a real difference to patients and NHS staff

Lone workers – your hidden workforce

There are over six million lone workers in the UK which represents about 20 per cent of the UK workforce. They represent the ‘hidden’ workforce that is under represented in an office they rarely frequent. Nick Whiteley discusses the issue of lone worker protection

Making money work in the health and care system

Many believe that the structure of financial flows in the NHS needs to change. Joshua Walker and Emma Knowles explain why

Improving patient safety using GS1 standards

Glen Hodgson, head of Healthcare at GS1 UK, explores the growing role of barcode technology in the future of acute trusts in England

NHS 70 Interview: Royal College of Nursing

To mark the NHS 70 anniversary, HB speaks to Janet Davies, chief executive of the Royal College of Nursing, about the future of the NHS

Time for economic reform in the NHS?

While NHS funding increases are welcome, it is imperative to examine how that funding is spent, says Robert Colvile, director of the Centre for Policy Studies

The importance of NHS leadership training

What can we do to ensure people in positions of influence role model inclusive leadership, with dignity and compassion? Stephen Hart explores

NHS 70 Interview: NHS Confederation

To mark the NHS 70 anniversary, HB speaks to Niall Dickson, chief executive of NHS Confederation, about the success of the NHS

Make your funding go further by leasing high tech equipment

Leasing is extremely flexible and could be the perfect solution if much-need new equipment would otherwise be unaffordable, writes the FLA

Driving a more resource efficient economy

Jerome Baddley and Clare Topping analyse a number of waste solutions that have been widely adopted in the health sector

E-cigarettes in the NHS: What role can they play?

Misunderstanding among smokers and the general public of the dangers of e-cigarettes continues to grow, says Martin Dockrell

A window of opportunity for NHS cyber security

NHS cyber security has been given a major boost with a new multi-million-pound deal with Microsoft. Peter Dyke explains how

Making life-saving technologies more accessible

Diabetes UK is encouraging the use of technology to improve diabetes management and save the NHS vital funds. Nikki Joule explains why

Maximum value from capital spending project

How the new Construction Consultancy Services Framework is helping NHS trusts achieve maximum value from capital spending projects

Creating safe working environments

RoSPA's Karen McDonnell looks at how good management of health and safety can ward against slip, trip and fall-related injuries

The importance of well-maintained fire extinguishers

The Fire Industry Association's Robert Thilthorpe explains why you should have fire extinguishers maintained regularly

Safe and effective solutions for patients

The Association of British Healthcare Industries looks at how connected care will provide savings and improve outcomes for the NHS

The NHS workforce: challenges post-Brexit

Neal Suchak, policy advisor at the Recruitment & Employment Confederation, analyses the workforce challenges facing the NHS post-Brexit

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