Harnessing potential of cell and gene therapy sector is critical to enabling government ambitions of turning the UK into a science and tech superpower, a new report from PPP finds.
Gavin Bashar, Managing Director at Tunstall Healthcare, discusses why it’s important to protect the dignity of vulnerable people and how technology can be used to achieve this while improving health and care outcomes.
Enacting reforms through a clinically-led, multi-disciplinary lens will be critical to achieving the ambitions of the NHS Long Term Workforce Plan.
In recent years there have been significant advancements in the field of genomics, which have allowed researchers to map and understand the function of the total genetic material present in a patient. However, the NHS has been slow to take advantage of these breakthroughs.
Hospital Times recently travelled to Sheffield Children’s Hospital to find out about the benefits that BEAMS – the world’s first acoustic bedside equipment alarm monitoring system – has had on patient safety and staff workload.
By Andy Smallwood, Assistant Director of Procurement, NHS Wales Shared Services Partnership.
Efforts to improve health outcomes being stifled by cost-of-living crisis, with many unable to afford simple measures to improve their physical and mental health
Between 2018 and 2023, Milton Keynes University Hospital NHS Trust gained a large set of clinical data. On its journey with Oracle Health, the trust has transformed into a data-driven organisation, improving patient experience, lowering the cost of care, enhancing the staff experience, improving population health, and addressing health equity.
Boosting early detection and reducing backlogs through data-backed, collaborative initiatives will be crucial to addressing the deteriorating state of cancer care in the UK, write Edge Health’s Lucia De Santis and George Batchelor.