20 January 2021By Dr Jim Moore
Dr Jim Moore, GPSI and President of the Primary Care Cardiovascular Society, discusses the evolving role of primary care in CVD care and ways in which both physical and online consultations can be optimised.
2021-01-28T11:37:00+00:00By Nicole Allan
Technology can be used to empower citizens to better manage their own wellbeing and healthcare needs, writes Nicole Allan
2021-01-27T07:00:00+00:00By Jean Challiner
Jean Challiner focuses on factors significant in increasing elective care capacity amidst pandemic surges
With a drive for health and social care integration ever more pressing, Markus Bolton and David Grigsby explore the vital role that sharing of data and information can play in transforming care services
Following publication of the UK government’s obesity strategy, experts are calling for a whole-systems approach covering prevention to treatment, including surgical options for those with the most severe disease, Jennifer Trueland reports
Research held by Induction Switch reveals the average switchboard wait time plus the number of calls being made per day.
Executive leaders can drive improvement by focusing on developing an organisational culture, building up staff in an open, just, and empowering environment, thereby enabling organisations to meet the challenges of the new and uncertain healthcare environment.
2020-11-25T09:00:00+00:00By Andrew Preston GRI
GRI CEO, Andrew Preston, addresses the need for a clear strategy to tackle workforce challenges in the NHS, to ensure the agility and flexibility to maintain and improve performance and manage the long-term impact of coronavirus.
2020-11-25T08:00:00+00:00By James Dunmore
James Dunmore on the transformative power of community
2020-09-07T05:00:00+01:00By Dr Robina Shah
The covid-19 pandemic, has galvanised the public’s understanding of the immediate and increasing sacrifices that our NHS and emergency services personnel, key workers and volunteers are making to keep us safe from harm.
2020-07-22T11:30:00+01:00By Dr Raj Patel
2020-06-22T11:05:00+01:00By Lisa Kean
Our top priority is to protect the health and well-being of our communities and to arm healthcare providers with the latest information available as the coronavirus (covid-19) situation evolves.
Attain, the UK’s largest independent health advisory and delivery organisation, have teamed up with leading software developers SIMUL8 to provide a free covid-19 intensive care unit preparation simulation.
2020-06-05T14:32:00+01:00By Tom Houston
Attain, the UK’s largest independent health advisory and delivery organisation, is extending the roll-out of a pro-bono service to hospitals to provide an assessment of staff “at risk” during the covid-19 pandemic.
Practicus has been building a community of some 800 change professionals and is offering its ‘Ask the Community’ service free of cost to facilitate the NHS in making informed decisions.
Free digital care coordination platform from Infinity Health to help NHS trusts fight coronavirus effects
Infinity Health is making its care coordination and task management tools available to NHS trusts at no cost for six months, with the aim of alleviating some of the pressures faced by staff in the wake of Coronavirus. The offer covers the costs of set-up, integration, training, and six months ...
2020-05-15T13:24:00+01:00By Joan Saddler
The NHS Confederation’s BME Leadership Network suggests in a new briefing, a suite of actions that health and care organisations could take to safeguard BME people, including BME professionals on the front line, notes Joan Saddler
Numerous trusts are using Medinet’s free advisory input and guidance to inform plans for restarting elective care. We have been collaborating with NHS hospitals and partners to co-develop action plans. The goal has been to get safe and appropriate care to patients without the need to “physically build or buy ...
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2020-05-07T12:05:00+01:00By Anthony Sherwin
Anthony Sherwin on Selenity’s CV19 tracker, available as a free service to manage expenses and absences related to covid-19.
2020-04-29T09:46:00+01:00By James Shields
Circular Wave, workforce solution specialists, are committed to supporting the national covid-19 response. Like many service providers, they are offering their agile market-leading core solutions completely free of charge to any health or care organisation including trusts, clinical commissioning groups, GPs care homes and community services.
2020-04-28T13:54:00+01:00By Dr Owain Hughes
To support primary care clinicians in triaging patients, Cinapsis connects them within seconds to consultants from their local NHS Trust, says Dr Owain Hughes.
2020-04-28T13:08:00+01:00By Dr Caroline Pilot
GPs are being encouraged to recommend remote messaging services such as Docly to their patients to avoid face-to-face contact unless absolutely necessary, therefore reducing the risk of coronavirus transmission, writes Dr Caroline Pilot
Mental health platform Thalamos, which is working to digitise the Mental Health Act, has offered its software free to the NHS to support healthcare workers during covid-19.
Healthcare decision support provider, Desuto, has announced the launch of its covid-19 Mental Capacity Assessment tool which is to be made available free of charge to health and care providers.
Dr Foster has developed tools that identifies regions most at risk of developing severe cases of covid-19, as well as identifying trends and monitoring the spread of the disease across the UK.
As one of the largest providers of workforce solutions to the NHS with almost 20 years’ experience, ID Medical supplies the NHS with over 8 million staffing hours per year. Together with our technology partners Clarity Skillstream, we’ve been helping trusts and health boards across the UK make huge savings ...
2020-04-21T09:30:00+01:00By Marc Warburton
InfoFlex is offering its support to the NHS as the covid-19 pandemic continues with data collection and reporting - as well as the creation of a virtual hospital, says Marc Warburton.