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Wales launches long Covid recovery app

A recovery app has been launched by the Welsh Government for people experiencing the longer term effects of coronavirus.

Independent hospitals to aid NHS Scotland with elective care

Five independent hospitals are supporting NHS Scotland with elective care to ensure clinically urgent patients can continue to be treated.

Over four million people receive first dose of vaccine

Latest figures show that the NHS vaccinated a total of 4.06 million people between 8 December and 17 January.

ICUs have more coronavirus patients than ever before

More people are in hospital with coronavirus than ever before, leading to warnings that many intensive care units are ‘already overwhelmed’.  

New Every Mind Matters campaign launched

A new Every Mind Matters campaign has been launchedby Public Health England to support the nation’s mental health.

AI imaging database helping to improve coronavirus care

NHSX has brought together over 40,000 CT scans, MRIs and X-rays from more than 10,000 patients during the course of the pandemic.

Vaccines rolled out to people aged 70 years and over

Millions of people aged 70 and over and those clinically extremely vulnerable to coronavirus are now being invited to receive their vaccinations.

Government would recover 81 per cent of NHS pay rise

Up to 81 per cent of the cost of a five per cent or 10 per cent pay rise for NHS staff in England would be recovered by the government, finds report.

 Health Business Features

Why 2020 was the year of digital health

In this article, Tom Russell, Programme Manager for Health and Social Care at techUK, explains why 2020 was the year of digital health... or was it?

Hospitals of the future

Christian Norris and Stephen Farrington explain how Covid-19 has changed hospital infrastructure needs for good

The successes and learnings as CFO of NHSPS

Mark Smith speaks about his time in NHS Property Services and the changes that have helped to save the NHS £48 million this year

Top 10 Health Business Features of 2020

After a year of more challenges than most, we take a look back at our most read Health Business features of 2020

International recruitment campaigns: Five steps to success

In what ways can recruiting healthcare organisations mitigate potential risks at both the recruitment stage and once the candidate has arrived?

Ergonomics to support the Covid-19 response

Without embedded experience within healthcare organisations the application, evidence and business case for human factors will not be developed