Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust has revealed plans to roll out a new rostering system from British software company, Allocate, to save approximately 600 hours per month on workforce management.
Proton beam therapy, artificial intelligence and radioisotope supply just some of the hot topics at this year’s RCR annual conference, which is set to take place in Liverpool from 10-12 September.
The majority of England’s acute trusts have no policy to discourage consumer instant messaging tools while many hospitals provide no alternative, new research from CommonTime has revealed.
Kingston Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has been rated Outstanding by the CQC for the quality of its care.
The Campaign to End ‘Bed Blocking’ revealed two more thought-provoking art installations to coincide with the announcement by Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, Matt Hancock, of an additional £240m funding to help get the elderly out of hospital.
High profile distress and failure across the public sector contracting market has become all too common, culminating most recently in the collapse of Carillion. All are entangled in allegations of mismanagement and corporate profiteering. But is this the real story? Almost certainly not.
Infrastructure Specialist Barry Francis reflects on the possible impacts of the forthcoming budget on healthcare infrastructure in the UK.
J Cromack, Chief Technology Officer at Consentric, writes for ACJ on the opportunities that GDPR offers for digital marketing and how it can add to the relationship between consumer and organisation.
LaingBuisson has published the first edition of its new ‘Healthcare Construction 2017-2021’ market report.
For years Sherwood Forest Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has wanted to improve the visibility of the medical workforce issues, specifically to understand productivity, agency spending and annual leave management in greater detail. With new developments in digital, new solutions are now avalaible.
If medical innovators can find a way to promote trusted data-sharing that patients have control over, a world of possibility will open for more proactive and effective healthcare using internet of things (IoT), AI and other enablers, says J Cromack, Chief Commercial Officer at Consentric.
New guidance has been issued for the NHS to help doctors, nurses and other staff use instant messaging safely to coordinate patients’ care during emergencies.