Diagnosing the future health of apps

With advances in technology occurring throughout the NHS, Keiron Shepherd discusses how healthcare will improve alongside the development of apps.

Helping hospitals overcome increased demand

Modular buildings are proving to be the healthy choice for hospitals looking to overcome peak-time demand, says the MPBA

Delivering non-emergency patient transport

The Community Transport Association describe the benefits of pursuing a ‘Total Transport’ approach to non-emergency patient transport

Infection potential of copper alloys

The Copper Development Association highlights some of the most interesting findings of a recent Internal Medicine Review paper

Brexit and NHS mental health services

Elisabetta Zanon, director of the NHS European Office, examines the impact of Brexit upon mental health services

HB Top 10: assessing success in A&E services

With the majority of A&E departments failing to meet four hour waiting time targets, HB looks at the departments which are performing best

The long-term sustainability of the NHS

Neal Suchak, of the Recruitment and Employment Confederation, analyses the problems the NHS faces in retaining its staff

A spoonful of sugar?

Health Business looks at the measures in place to limit sugar intake in hospitals. Plus, Jonathan Hart, of the AVA, answers some questions

Secure information destruction more important than ever

James Kelly, chief executive of the BSIA, discusses some of the key considerations when securing information destruction services

Ergonomics to improve patient care and staff well-being

The CIEHF explore the discipline of human factors and ergonomics in improving patient safety and staff well-being

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