Integrated Care Journal (ICJ) is today announcing a new Editorial Advisory Board to drive the debate around integration and to ensure that care is transformed for patients across the UK.
While gender and sexual identities continue to be decriminalised and more understood across the world, the health sector is taking a while to catch up. Dr Alison Berner is leading a coalition of clinicians and charities committed to improving the care needs of LGBTQ+ patients with cancer.
With the government looking to progress health sector reform from multiple angles, the progression of digital healthcare within NHS hospitals becomes increasingly important.
The Royal College of Surgeons of England has put forward a new proposition for elective care in the UK. Its suggested reforms could help chart a course out of the ominous backlogs currently facing the NHS. RCS President Professor Neil Mortensen spoke with David Duffy on the crisis facing UK elective
Will the promise of data to enhance patient outcomes and help the NHS through Covid-19 recovery come true?
The role the private healthcare sector plays in supporting NHS recovery and renewal following Covid-19 has taken on profound importance.
Public Policy Projects has created a new coalition of experts and stakeholders from across the health and care spectrum, designed to create a health service that boasts truly world-beating patient outcomes.
Flexible healthcare infrastructure offers a range of options for managing the healthcare estate effectively and increases the ability to adapt to sudden changes in demand or disruptions to service delivery, without lengthy lead-times and significant capital expenditure.
The pandemic has put pressure on services but also pushed forward innovation to tackle the significant challenges of frontline infection control and prevention that the NHS should build on.
One of the most important ways the UK can assist in a global recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic is, firstly, to improve its domestic response by freeing up capacity and the supply of vaccines. Professor James Kingsland reflects on what the UK can do to support the world emerging from the pandemic.
Integrated care systems and hospital groups across the country are currently establishing scalable, digitally enabled, community diagnostic hubs. Siemens Healthineers gathered the views of health system stakeholders planning local diagnostic provision on the objectives and challenges of this approac
Services need a learning culture and support for staff from the top to tackle repeated failings in the imaging pathway that can have serious consequences for patients.
In autumn 2020, the Government made a commitment to build 40 hospitals in England by 2030, with a budget of £3.7 billion. The government has announced the selection process for a further eight new hospitals. The new sites are intended to transform NHS services, for patients, staff and the community.
The new Secretary of State for Health and Care are arrives at a remarkably interesting time, and is unusually well-positioned to address certain tensions in the sector.