Covid-19 has shifted the dial of discussion surrounding integrated care. Following years of gradual change in the health and care policy landscape, the coronavirus crisis has provided the biggest impetus so far for providers to foster a new model of working.
Newer ultrasound technologies are being developed to improve image quality in high BMI patients and potentially reduce care costs, writes Harshal Vadera, Head of Ultrasound in GB&I for Siemens Healthineers.
Tunstall Healthcare has stepped forward following Government advice to self-isolate and Matt Hancock’s challenge to the technology sector to innovatively support the country through current, unprecedented times.
Dr Chris Whittle is an NHS doctor turned Clinical Entrepreneur who wants to change the way people access healthcare in the face of the Covid-19 pandemic.
IQVIA has joined the ACCORD-2 collaboration to fast-track the development of new treatments for Covid-19.
Around the country, NHS hospitals are rapidly mobilising greater capacity to deal with Covid-19. This is also true of social care departments in local authorities and NHS community services, writes Matt Custance, Partner at Grant Thornton
"Financial management and control - haven't we got enough on our plates at the moment?" is maybe something many in the NHS would say in these unprecedented times, writes Peter Saunders, Director at Grant Thornton.
It’s been terrific to see the NHS able to mobilise large-scale field hospitals like Nightingale in London so quickly. But these large-scale centres, while incredibly useful, are not the only way to deliver capacity writes Matt Custance, Partner at Grant Thornton.
With the UK approaching the peak of expected hospital admissions amid the Covid-19 crisis, Editor Dan Male sat down with former Secretary of State for Health The Rt. Hon Stephen Dorrell to discuss the importance of securing personal protective equipment (PPE) supply chains for teams on the frontline