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Ten ways to get the most from your IT systemSubscription
A look at why IT projects fail and how to realise the benefits
The NHS must brace itself for a data delugeSubscription
Looking at how best to use the wealth of healthcare data available
This week’s exclusive 28-page commissioning supplement brings a range of key topic articles to HSJ’s audience that will help commissioners to achieve more in their role.
The latest in HSJ’s series of interactive online simulations allow users to test their ideas for improving operating theatre management, stroke care and more
Evidence based care employed at a maternity unit delivered better value services and enabled more women to meet with their consultant. Francesca Garrard and Harini Narayan from The Great Western Hospital explain.
Getting health and wellbeing boards into gearSubscription
Making collaborative bodies such as health and wellbeing boards work can be difficult. But approach the development of these local partnerships in the right spirit and much can be achieved, says Hay Group director of public sector practice Phil Kenmore.
Real liberation: getting social enterprise rightSubscription
Last year, City Health Care Partnership in Hull overcame prejudice to become the first social enterprise to go live through the right to request scheme. Andrew Burnell explains.
Workforce planning must not be an afterthought if surgeons are to provide high quality care and deliver savings. The Royal College of Surgeons’ council lead for workforce Robert Greatorex looks at how to make informed decisions.
Implementing new services is a difficult task as managers need to ensure high quality patient outcomes as well as keeping the cost of services to a minimum. This simulation allows you to see the impact of introducing oral chemotherapy into the breast cancer pathway. Alter the uptake of oral chemotherapy to decide what the best option is in terms of cost and outpatient wait times.
One in 10 visits to a GP is dermatology related. This simulation tests what would happen if more GPs developed a special interest in dermatology and were able to see and treat patients themselves. Alter the per cent of patients seen by GPs with special interests to see the impact on cost of service, workload and hospital activity.