Sarah Boyd explores how her ICS is using digital to improve patient inclusion and help reduce health inequalities
The Elective Care backlog plan must address regional inequalities if it is to be effective, writes Barbara Harpham, chair of the Medical Technology Group
Martin Steele explains the lessons learnt that will help NHSPS improve the health estate and ensure it continues to be fit for patients now and into the future
There is clearly an opportunity for technology to produce tangible productivity gains for the NHS but reservations remain, writes Romy Hughes
Tom Whicher argues that PIFU gives trusts the ability to tailor the messaging, length of service, number of booking requests and provision of additional monitoring requirements
Sascha Giese identifies the technologies that the NHS should be focusing on, given the £2.1 billion budget announced in the Autumn budget
Welcome to our first HBTop 50 NHS Professionals list - our pick of the people that have shaped the national health service over the years.
NHS Supply Chain examine tackling the NHS’ environmental impact by changing supply chain operations
Sarah Day discusses the recent Health and Care Bill and what it means for NHS finances and financial sustainability
Cameron Hawkins, head of Energy and Environment at NHS Property Services, explains how the NHS remains a core pillar in the UK’s net zero strategy
Gareth Fitzgerald discusses the ways in which we can seize the opportunities of integrated care systems and how new approaches of lasting value can be created
A step change in the way we approach digital implementation and transformation is needed if it is to protect our health service from irretrievable decline
Melissa Ruscoe, Programme Head at NHS Digital, discusses the benefits of online healthcare through NHS services during the Covid-19 pandemic
NHS trusts face cash management challenges but there are a number of tools - including asset finance - that can help, explains Penny Pinnock
James Feindt, Marck Aghnatios and Alistair Fleming look at the opportunities of migrating care from hospital to the home environment, as well as the challenges it creates
A new SJA NHS Cadets partnership will provide teenagers with first aid training and volunteering opportunities in the NHS
Jackie Maginnis discusses how Modern Methods of Construction are responding to help provide a rapid and agile solution
Analysis of NHS England data by the Medical Technology Group reveals huge regional variation in patients receiving treatment
We are an established engineering company based in Cardiff, South Wales and have been trading for 15 years, the company was started by David Hill initially working out of a small lock up garage and making gates and railings for domestic customers, to our current workshop of 5300sq ft.
As the years have progressed we have moved away from domestic customers and focused more on business customers, we have also increased our product and service offerings and we now offer general fabrication, specialist fabrication and site services on a nationwide basis.
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Northwich’s Victoria Infirmary (VIN) Community Diagnostic Centre (CDC) has enabled more patients
With health sector vacancies at a record high, one NHS trust in Kent is battling back by offering more than 300 fully-paid apprenticeships, from nursing to administrators
The NHS must embrace the agency workforce. During this staffing crisis, recruitment agencies and temps are playing a crucial role in keeping wards open and the wheels of the NHS turning, writes Yerin Seo, senior campaigns advisor at the Recruitment and Employment Confederati