As the patient population continues to grow, the traditional model of primary care is failing to keep up. Could the solution lie in better demand management online, asks Mindy Daeschner of Doctorlink.
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.
Public policy faces challenges, in the form of technology, demographics, geopolitics and changing consumer behaviour. KPMG believes solutions need to be bigger, bolder and more imaginative. Mark Essex, Director of Public Policy at KPMG, outlines the need to reimagine.
Browne Jacobson set out to identify examples of best practice in maintaining upwards influence, managing risk and engendering employee engagement in it's latest report: 'Leadership in Turbulent Times: The importance of influence, risk management and engagement'
The UK fertility market is set to grow by 3 per cent a year, and with success rates per female population below many of its European neighbours and NHS funding tightening, new research from LaingBuisson suggests private providers could soon be gaining a bigger slice of the pie.
Mills & Reeve respond to Professor Sir Simon Wessely’s initial call for evidence as he undertakes his review of the Mental Health Act 1983, looking at a range of options for reforming the MHA, from large-scale changes to more specific amendments.
LaingBuisson has launched the 15th edition of its Health Cover market report, which looks at private medical insurance, health cash plans and dental benefit plans. Total spend on private medical cover is estimated at £4.81 billion in 2017.
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.