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Exclusive: Hancock told People Plan falls short on staff numbers

The government has been warned that current NHS People Plan proposals will not solve serious problems in cancer care because they don’t go far enough in making commitments to growing staff numbers, HSJ has learned.

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Double or nothing? Meeting the digital transformation challenge

Digital maturity is a 10-year journey with huge upside potential and, while we all need to play a role in making it happen, persistence and patience will be key, says Jonathan Bloor


Fear of Finding Out

By driving understanding of health behaviours and the psychological barriers to seeking help, the work of an innovative collaboration has supported the prevention and early intervention agenda

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The Bedpan: He’s back!

This week: Jeremy Hunt

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The case for fighting heart failure

It is likely that with prompter diagnoses and better monitoring, hospital admissions for heart failure will decrease – and costs too


Roundtable: Getting the most out of medicines

A panel of experts explored how understanding what patients want out of medicines and redefining the concept of ‘value’ are at the heart of the growing challenge of medicines adherence

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The Bedpan: The Tories ‘aren’t stupid enough’ to privatise the NHS

This week: Centre for Policy Studies chief executive Robert Colvile


Roundtable: Supporting the prevention agenda in the NHS plan

A panel of experts discussed the role played by charities in helping the NHS drive prevention and how collective interventions result in wide ranging improvements to communities

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Filling the data gap to improve outcomes for patients with blood cancer

A new online blood cancer dashboard aims to fill the current information gap and support service improvement in blood cancer across England

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Using ‘place’ to improve population health in 2020

Paul Najsarek explains why working together at system and place, with interventions that are local and community focused, is key to success for the years ahead

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HSJ Webinar: Will AI finally help the NHS turn data into insight?

An HSJ webinar, held in association with BJSS, will bring together a small panel of experts to discuss the future of artificial intelligence in healthcare

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Top quality data is key to Artificial Intelligence reaching full potential in healthcare

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Roundtable: Infection prevention and control

An HSJ and Mölnlycke roundtable discusses how the NHS can improve infection control and prevention in the operating theatre – and the benefits of greater focus on this area

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Seven steps to supporting Primary Care Networks

System leaders wondering how best to support their primary care networks should take a population health management approach, argue health consultants Dr Simon Munk, Dr Steve Laitner and Toby Lambert.

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Getting real with health and social care digitisation

The time has come for a digitally-enabled integration of health and social care, writes Jonathan Bloor


How to transform outpatient care

Innovative approaches are needed to efficiently deliver the main functions of outpatient care, write Ben Horner and Rishi Das-Gupta

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Improving A&E performance – what makes the difference?

Anne Rainsberry, Simon Weldon and Becky Taylor outline five behaviours that providers can adopt to improve A&E performance and drive change