Public Policy Projects, supported by MSD, brought together experts from across primary and secondary care, as well as NHS England and local government to discuss the topic of integration of health and care services and how it facilitates the principle of universal healthcare.
The UK care home estate is ageing and demand for services is set to rise. Around 75 per cent of the UK stock was built pre-2000, much of which is substandard. What does the future of this sector look like? Kenneth Mackenzie from Target Fund Managers looks at what's next.
The healthtech sector has been on the rise for years, writes Paula Dumbill, Partner at Browne Jacobson. From the diagnosis and treatment of depression to the management of diabetes, there are numerous advantages. However, the focus on safeguarding sensitive data must remain a priority
Patrick was diagnosed with a rare condition. Discover how the use of personal health technology helped him take control of his health.
The NHS Long Term Plan is a strategy to transform the NHS from an outdated, fragmented service into a modern, sustainable, technology and data-driven one for the 21st Century. Health+Care 2019 is here to establish what needs to be done to put that plan into action on the NHS front line.
LaingBuisson has launched the first edition of its Care Home Construction: 2017-2021 UK Market Report to coincide with its annual flagship Social Care Conference which was held yesterday in London.