Over the festive season we are bringing you a round-up of the best articles from our Leadership, Commissioning and Innovation and Efficiency channels
In this focus on international best practice we highlight a selection of articles from the last 12 months. Among them, Nigel Millar explains how an earthquake in Canterbury, New Zealand, prompted positive changes to its health service; Claire Read reports on innovation in Mexico’s health service via the creation of a medical hotline; and Simon Shooter examines why entering the Middle East could be financially beneficial to the NHS.
Nigel Millar explains how an earthquake in Canterbury, New Zealand, prompted positive changes to its healthcare service.
Claire Read reports on how the creation of a medical hotline led to innovation in the Mexican health service.
Simon Shooter examines why looking at opportunities the Middle East might be financially beneficial to the NHS.
From our seven-day working week in September, Shreshtha Trivedi talks to Dr Robert Wachter about the the introduction of “generalists” to US healthcare and whether the role could be beneficial for 24/7 working in the UK.