Clean Air Day on 16 June saw the announcement that all NHS Trusts now have a green plan. Dr Nick Watts, Chief Sustainability Officer of the NHS looks at the impact this will have

Returning for a full in-person event this year, Healthcare Estates has a full programme with speakers and workshops covering a wide variety of topics in healthcare estates

While the Passivhaus standard is mostly used for housing, it is gradually gaining attention in the healthcare sector, with the first NHS building to achieve the energy-saving standard now open

Keeping a safe and well-run environment in healthcare settings has a direct bearing on patient safety and care, the wellbeing of the NHS workforce and that of the wider public. With products continuing to evolve, a focus on carbon reduction, and lessons learned during the peak of the pandemic, NHS Shared Business Services has renewed its Hard FM Framework to reflect the modern needs of healthcare settings

With the pandemic highlighting the importance of the Health Service and Local Authorities working together, and indeed accelerating this collaboration, Health Business examines the collective responsibilities of Integrated Care Systems and how they can help reduce the burden on an overstretched NHS

Procurement law reforms mean awarding contracts isn’t necessarily simple. Jamie Foster, commercial lawyer at Hill Dickinson, explains the rules and how they might change

In its latest report, BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT, makes the case for a ‘clinical satnav’

NHS Digital Principal Security Specialist Victoria Axon talks about why the NHS must be resilient to cyber security threats and is joined by Martin Price from Royal Cornwall Hospital NHS Trust and Tony Cobain of assurance specialists MIAA to discuss how networking and the NHS Cyber Associates Network (CAN) plays a big part in that.

Sarah Greenslade, Public Affairs and Communications Officer at the British Parking Association answers questions on the change in parking demand

NHS buildings need comply with two pieces of legislation - the Building Safety and Fire Safety Acts - which meet recommendations from Phase 1 of the Grenfell enquiry

The NHS has made a start towards net zero, but with less than ten years left to achieve an 80 per cent emissions, sophisticated tools will increasingly become a necessity, says Stephen Lowndes of the Carbon & Energy fund

Adrian Powell, Development and Planning Director at NHS Property Services, shares further insight around the organisation’s latest development in Whitechapel

Made up of 154 suppliers of FM services, NHS Shared Business Services’ new Hard FM Framework includes a provision for low carbon supplier reporting

With the Health & Care Act, procurement legislation and the development of NHS England’s new Central Commercial Function, procurement in the NHS is set for big changes over the next two years.

CCS's new Framework lets all NHS organisations with access to recruitment agencies hire permanent, fixed term and internal secondment roles

The Fuller Stocktake: Next Steps for Integrating Primary Care is perhaps one of the most important documents in recent health service history

To prove the capabilities of electric vehicles – over long distances and in rural areas, the Great British EV Rally has been launched.

Earth Day 2022: reflecting on the little wins that mean a lot for the planet

As owners of 12 per cent of the NHS estate, NHSPS little wins amount to a large impact on reducing the environmental impact across the NHS


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