In-depth reports on a range of health management topics
HSJ supplements 2015
How private sector takeovers of NHS hospitals can work
Six reasons why specialist nurses in advanced practice should be on your agenda
It has been shown that better procurement could quickly release millions of pounds to an NHS organisation. Why is it still underexploited? Jennifer Trueland reports, in association with Inverto
A shot in the arm for diabetes care management
Three top examples of innovation in diabetes
Taking the long view on cancer care
HSJ supplements 2014
Designing a future proof mental health hospital room
Clinical commissioning groups need to come to grips with how they will become involved in primary care next year. Alison Moore explains how this major shift will affect local NHS delivery
What organisations need to do to comply
Ageing imaging equipment is cause for concern
Third sector’s role in integrated care
HSJ supplements 2012
Pathology is undergoing big changes in order to deliver efficiencies that will have an effect on other clinical areas. HSJ’s supplement is a round-up of the key ideas and discussions from the the Pathology: fit for today, fit for future conference, which was organised by HSJ and Roche
Cutting edge technology can have huge benefits for the NHS and patients. HSJ’s innovation supplement examines how using new technology could save the service £3bn, and how new systems are improving end of life care
A common theme at the HSJ/Nursing Times Telehealth 2012 conference last month was that technology is changing the face of healthcare delivery. Our supplement looks at how patients and providers are using telecare to manage long-term conditions, the use of telehealth to treat prisoners and the most innovative new applications
How patient involvement is improving mental health care, and the increasing role of external suppliers and primary care, are some of the subjects featured in our supplement exploring case studies and the latest developments in mental health
Learn which projects won the most fiercely fought over accolade in British healthcare
The HSJ Awards best practice report details what every winner and finalist set out to achieve, how they did it and the savings gained
HSJ supplements 2013
Out of hospital care makes sense for patients and the NHS
Looking at how to support NHS staff and keep patients safe
HSJ’s latest roundtable on the six months into the biggest transformation the NHS has undertaken
How the NHS can save money when it comes to buying and providing drugs
A recent HSJ webinar asked how the NHS can make best use of its estates
HSJ supplements 2011
Burning questions such as what will drive collaboration between trusts to make savings for pathology drew HSJ readers to link up with an expert panel. Alison Moore reports from the online Q&A, sponsored by Roche Diagnostics.
This week’s HSJ supplement in association with Lloyds Pharmacy looks at how a new direction for mental health strategy must take this opportunity to improve outcomes for patients with mental health issues.
This HSJ special finance report looks at the financial future for trusts eyeing foundation status, new legislation designed to stop bribery that could catch some organisations out, and why it can be difficult to find a finance director.
This HSJ special technology report looks at the benefit of handheld devices in the health service, and the problems facing telehealth as a solution to unplanned admissions.
This week’s special HSJ supplement looks at how patients can benefit from being at the centre of primary care services.
Revalidation will be introduced towards the end of next year in the most significant reform of medical regulation in 150 years, writes General Medical Council chief executive Niall Dickson. Read this exclusive HSJ supplement on revalidation in association with the GMC to find out what it means for you.