Health Business looks at the fallout from Lord Carter's interim review of efficiency in hospitals
The Modular and Portable Buildings Association explores how temporary buildings can tackle peak time demand
Julie Hall of University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust reflects on the anxieties surrounding the implementation of IT systems for busy hospital staff
Health Business analyses David Cameron's seven day NHS plan and what this could potentially mean for patient safety
The British Parking Association's Kelvin Reynolds argues that well designed and properly maintained parking provision is vital to the success of Britain's hospitals
A strong relationship between leadership capability and organisational performance can increase hospital efficiency, says the NHS Leadership Academy
Paul Healy of the NHS Confederation discusses the values that nurture the success of the NHS
Shirley Cramer of the Royal Society for Public Health considers the role of inspections in improving hospital and GP services
Flight Sergeant Andy Thomas of James Cook University Hospital reviews the paramedic programme from the Trauma Care Conference
Vicky O'Brian, policy director at the Recruitment and Employment Confederation analyses flexible labour and contingent labour as a method of aiding the NHS at key times.
Chris Hall, health sector lead at BRE, talks about BREEAM - the world's foremost environmental assessment method and rating system for buildings.
With one in ten children needing support or treatment for mental health problems, the government has announced a five year plan to improve services
Health+Care focuses on the delivery of cultural, service, system and digital transformation that secures the future of health and social care systems
As traditional crime rates continue to fall, cyber crime is heading in the other direction, while the IOT’s is multiplying the vectors of possible attack.
Intelligent Systems for Fire Safety, CCTV and Security
Take your parking pulse: Healthcare Parking Survey 2017
Rachel Pinto examines what employers can do to improve the mental health and well-being of their staff, especially during times of change.
With advances in technology occurring throughout the NHS, Keiron Shepherd discusses how healthcare will improve alongside the development of apps.
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