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HSJ/CHKS interactive prescribing data tools

Our interactive data tools, created by healthcare services company CHKS, enable you to compare prescribing rates and costs for your PCT for paracetamol and asthma treatment.


The tools – based on information on GP prescribing published by the NHS Information Centre – enable you to see the relationships between prescribing rate and population, and whether your PCT is in line with expected values given its population.

Explore the HSJ/CHKS paracetamol prescribing data tool
Explore the HSJ/CHKS asthma inhaler prescribing data tool

liver disease

Innovator case study: New pathway means earlier diagnosis of liver disease

30-Oct-2014

The winners of the 2013 NHS Innovation Challenge Prize are changing lives

Dementia care

Innovator case study: Dementia diagnosis times plummet in ground breaking project

30-Oct-2014

The winner of the 2013 NHS Innovation Challenge Prize for Dementia - worth £80,000 - has reduced the average diagnosis time from three years to four weeks. Here we explore Gnosall Surgery’s ground breaking project

Claire McDonald

Podcast: The science of behavior change in public health Video

29-Oct-2014 | By

Claire McDonald tells HSJ how changing people’s behaviour can lead to big changes in public health

Tortoise on the road

Sometimes the slow road is the best route for new technology

29-Oct-2014 | By

Providers need to be ready for new systems

Data, paperless NHS, Care.data, information and technology, healthcare data

The 10 steps to make technology work in local healthcare

27-Oct-2014 | By

Technology itself isn’t an elixir for health and social care

Airline style patient safety advice video

Video: NHS patients given airline style safety briefings Video

24-Oct-2014

Video aims to cut avoidable complications

Peter Worthington

Staff play a big role in delivering merger success

24-Oct-2014 | By Jennifer Trueland

Staff must feel emotionally committed to the change

Staff

The Festival of Evidence: finding new ways to make decisions

21-Oct-2014 | By

Exploring opportunities for consensus building

Stop sign

Is 'zero harm' achievable for mental health?

20-Oct-2014 | By

Kicking off a culture change after Francis, Keogh and Berwick

Speech bubbles illustration

Ten tips for mental health services from primary care

15-Oct-2014 | By ,

How to improve access to treatment

Surgeons

Keep up with change: The trusts transforming the outpatient pathway

6-Oct-2014 | By , , ,

How six trusts are keeping up with the increasing expectations on services

Mouth speaking and sound waves

Sound advice: speech recognition improves patient care

2-Oct-2014 | By

Saving time and money with technology

Older woman and care worker

Work together to provide the best end of life care

30-Sep-2014 | By ,

Use partnerships to ensure people have a ‘good’ death

Ambulance on the road

How London Ambulance is preparing for winter pressures

29-Sep-2014 | By , ,

Intelligent conveyancing helps to spread the load

Watch

Failure to prepare IT projects is to prepare for failure

25-Sep-2014

Precision planning pays dividends with new tech projects

Equality

Remove the glass ceiling for undervalued staff

24-Sep-2014 | By ,

Why the NHS must do more to close the gender gap

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