Virtual care has come of age during the Covid crisis

Covid-19 is the catalyst for change in health provision as patients demonstrate strong appetite for virtual care that’s here to stay, argues Alan Lowe

Reducing unnecessary hospital admissions

Health Business talks to Dr Debbie Harvey about NHS South Sefton CCG's Care Home Innovation Programme

Telehealth and telecare services have been shown to reduce mortality rates by as much as 45 per cent, according research, as well as significantly benefit individuals, their families, carers, and the wider healthcare industry

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Following the 2017 Naylor Report into NHS estates, it has been estimated that estate upkeep costs have reached approximately £10bn in annual funding for 2019/2020.

More recently, ERIC (Estates Returns Information Collection) data collection has contained some deeply alarming news about the condition of NHS buildings and equipment.

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