September 23, 2022
The lockdown narrative unravels: what future for integrated care?
As the Deputy Prime Minister announces ‘a package of measures to ensure the public receives the best possible care this winter and next’ (DH website), it’s worth asking what happened last winter and the one before.
September 12, 2022
New report calls for changes to systems leadership in healthcare
A team of researchers have produced a landmark rapid review of systems leadership in healthcare, concluding that the NHS must better define what it needs from its leaders to address emerging challenges and policy changes.
August 5, 2022
A person-centred, digital first approach to recovery
Ensuring that patient pathways are digitally enabled and person-centred is critical to tackling the elective backlog, writes Patricia Wynn, Director and Sales Leader, International Public Sector Health, Cerner Corporation
August 2, 2022
Digital revolution – the benefits of paperless
The digital revolution is well underway, and the innovative new technologies utilised by start-ups have completely transformed business operations. However, there is still a significant number of SMEs and larger corporations that are completely reliant on paper. 41 per cent of businesses agree that moving to digital would cut operational costs significantly. However, the heavy initial investment and potential skills gap is presenting a tough hurdle for many organisations.
July 22, 2022
More groups join call for fairer deal for social care
As the race to become the next Conservative leader and Prime Minister of the UK heats up, and the government accepts the recommendations from the independent NHS pay review bodies in full, Care England and Access for Social Care have urged the government to act to protect the standing of social care workers, in statements issued yesterday.

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