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A trial has been launched in Cornwall to enable patients to carry out health checks at home.

Health secretary Steve Barclay has set out plans to amend NHS pension rules in order to retain more experienced NHS clinicians and remove barriers

The Met Office has issued a Level 3 Cold Weather Action alert for parts of England.

Welsh minister for health and social services, Eluned Morgan has officially opened the Welsh Ambulance's new station in Cardiff.

Former chancellor and health secretary Sajid Javid has announced that he will not stand as an MP at the next general election.

According to NHS England, the NHS is set to eliminate Hepatitis C by 2025.

NHS England has revealed that the number of beds taken up by patients fit to be discharged is more than a quarter higher than the start of December

The UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) has published the findings of its investigation into errors at the Immense laboratory in Wolverhampton.

 Health Business Features

South Yorkshire Integrated Stroke Delivery Network and Yorkshire Ambulance Service tells us about their telehealthcare

With tens of thousands of dormant medical devices set to be connected to IT networks in the next 2-3 years, potentially exposing our healthcare systems to thousands of vulnerabilities, how can hospitals and healthcare settings mitigate risk to patient safety and care?

For Cyber Security Month, Mike Fell, NHS Digital’s executive director of national cyber security operations laid out his top security tips for health and social care workers

Dr Lloyd Humphreys examines the government’s Digital Health and Care Plan, which was released in June

The Association of British HealthTech Industries (ABHI) has launched a white paper: Robotic Assisted Surgery and New Models of Surgical Care, which sets out the case for a national multi-stakeholder strategy for Robotic Assisted Surgery to support its uptake across the NHS. In this article for Health Business Magazine, ABHI’s Robotic Assisted Surgery Group Vice Chair, Chris Gray, explains the thinking behind the paper

Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh is developing cutting-edge manufacturing techniques that may lower the cost of medical equipment and devices for the NHS, freeing up money that trusts can then invest in supporting members of staff and improving outcomes for patients. Professor Robert Thomson and Professor Duncan Hand, Heriot-Watt University explain

 Health Sector Events


Smart Asset & Estate Management is back with an in-person conference in London o

14/03/2023 to 15/03/2023

Join the diverse UK digital health community for the ultimate learning and networking experience at London’s Business Design Centre, 14-15 March. Digital Health Rewired is for anyone wanting to make a difference in UK digital health including NHS and social care, private healthcare, suppliers, start-ups, innovators, policy makers and patients.

Event Diary

Smart Asset & Estate Management is back with an in-person conference in London on 8th December. The ideal place for all public sector property professionals to get the latest policy updates and discover new initiatives around estate management, sustainable buildings, smarter working, and the technology that enables them.

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