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Help us find the top innovators driving healthcare technology

Who are the people finding new ways to tackle the challenges facing the sector?

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What we can learn from US technology to transform NHS healthcare

Tips to emulate their innovations here

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'Shock' at lack of GP-A&E data link

Many patients are ‘shocked’ that lots of accident and emergency doctors do not have automatic access to their GP records, a poll suggests.

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Innovation doesn't work in isolation so reach out to staff and patients

The NHS must grasp why good ideas and successful pilots fail to spread across the country

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Robert Francis

Exclusive: Francis to stop the NHS's 'climate of fear' as review launches

The role of probing claims made by NHS whistleblowers could be taken out of the hands of hospital trusts, the head of a major government inquiry has indicated in an exclusive interview with HSJ.

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The Johari window: The way to open up organisational improvement

This self-awareness tool can bring fresh perspectives

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Service centralisation hailed in new research

Centralising stroke services can save the lives of patients and reduce the number of days people spend in hospital, a new study suggests.

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Patients warned over telehealth scammers

COMMERCIAL: A community services provider has warned local patients using NHS-funded telehealth services to be vigilant after fraudsters tricked a patient into paying for the service by posing as a telehealth company.

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EXCLUSIVE: NHS race equality standard unveiled

NHS organisations are to be forced to increase the representation of ethnic minorities in senior positions or face contractual and regulatory consequences

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Vast amounts of data can lead to "information overload"

Webinar: using data to improve outcomes and performance

Watch our webinar on how timely data can help managers and clinicians

Trust turnaround

How turning around Northampton Hospital's failures inspired belief in a brighter future

How one failing trust’s turnaround has been sparked by some outside help

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Thousands of patient appointments delayed by computer and clerical errors

PERFORMANCE: Thousands of patients at an east London hospital have had their clinic appointments put back after a series of clerical and computer errors.

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HSJ to host third annual pathology seminar

The HSJ Pathology seminar returns this autumn to explore the pressures affecting providers and commissioners in pathology

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Complaints against doctors double

The rise in the use of social media has contributed to a doubling of complaints against doctors in five years, it has been reported.

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Help us find the top innovators in healthcare

Who are the people finding new ways to tackle the challenges facing the sector?

Simon Stevens

Stevens unveils 'radical' personal budgets plan for health and social care

NHS England chief executive Simon Stevens will today announce a major programme extending the use of combined health and social care personal budgets.

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A new era of citizen health is shaping the future of care

Using technology to take ownership of our health

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Spreading innovation: AHSNs step up to the challenge

Networks reflect the NHS’s new determination to improve

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Don't drop the baton: a guide to succession management

Make leadership roles more attractive

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Making research nurses feel part of the team

Get to the root of job dissatisfaction among specialist clinicians

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Getting IT right in the NHS: make tech projects run smoothly

IT now has board level visibility

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