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Road to recovery: the return of private pay activity

After a turbulent 2020, private hospital activity has now overtaken pre-pandemic levels by a substantial margin, but progress has been uneven and, in some...

The future of work for GPs: old habits need to change

GPs have adopted digital technology out of necessity since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic but, argues Ross Dyer-Smith, GP Partner at Hurley Group...

Delivering healthcare at the touch of a button

The Covid pandemic has forced healthcare providers and patients into the remote world of virtual consultations and telehealth, but it has also accelerated the...

Hands off medicine

Remote consultation has accelerated in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, potentially increasing patient access to a global network of physicians at a time...

Beating the cardio backlog

Mark Bailham and Mark Woolley from cardiology equipment supplier Cardio Solutions, part of the Healthcare 21 Group, explore the role the private sector has...

The price of disrespect

There is growing evidence that rude and disrespectful behaviour in the workplace impacts performance and productivity but for those working in healthcare settings, incivility...

High streets: the new healthcare hubs?

New planning rules combined with the Covid-19 pandemic could make it easier for healthcare premises to fill empty retail space, but as Eleanore Robinson...

Building back better

Alternative ways of accessing GP services may have taken off during the Covid-19 pandemic but they are no panacea for the crisis in primary...

The growing market for self-pay

The third edition of LaingBuisson’s Private Healthcare Self-Pay UK Market report has just been launched. Authored by Liz Heath, it shows a market where,...

Investing in the time of Covid

The stars are aligning over the healthcare market as investors look for a safe haven for their capital at a time when other industries...