2022-10-20T10:00:00+01:00By Jennifer Trueland
Diabetes remains a major issue for the NHS, so what role does actionable data play in achieving a sustainable strategy for transforming care?
Through their work for vulnerable communities, JustLife has become a leading organisation for researching, advocating for and working with people living in temporary accommodation.
Supporting the deaf community in accessing healthcare and committed to removing the barriers that prevent equitable access and treatment, SignHealth, a passionate and caring deaf-led team, have been working with and campaigning for deaf people, many of whom use sign language, since 1986.
Created to erase health disparities faced by the black community, CAHN act as a direct point of contact with commissioners; to champion the work of the Caribbean and African community, and promote its assets, efficiencies, and achievements.
2022-03-31T08:14:00+01:00By Claire Read
Patient-facing digital communication has become more commonplace during the pandemic, but some see even greater potential for such an approach
2022-03-23T06:00:00+00:00By Claire Read
The past two years have highlighted the importance of effective procurement to the NHS, changing perceptions of the function – and, in some instances, its practice
2021-10-28T06:00:00+01:00By Claire Read
Diabetes touches on many challenges that will be at the top of priority lists for integrated care systems. It also provides an example of how expanded use of technology might help address such issues. By Claire Read
2021-10-21T05:00:00+01:00By Jennifer Trueland
An HSJ immersive feature explores how an innovative clinician-led procurement model for cardiology devices was deployed and achieved cost savings of £1.3m per year. By Jennifer Trueland
2021-09-29T05:00:00+01:00By Jennifer Trueland
A BMC and Fusion immersive feature delves into how to get the crucial “backroom” IT functions in place, Jennifer Trueland writes