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Investing in healthcare

After a subdued 2023, there are signs that deal activity is starting to gradually pick up in 2024. HM reports from LaingBuisson’s annual Investing...

The UK FemTech powerhouse a hub for global industry development

Dr Michelle Tempest and Alina Trabattoni from Candesic explore the growing potential of the FemTech market in the UK and beyond The UK is poised...

Hysteroscopy activity: an increasingly private matter

In the latest column from the Private Healthcare Information Network (PHIN), health data analyst Paulo Arana examines the data on hysteroscopy admissions in NHS...

The business of being well: The UK occupational health market

Occupational health has become a hot topic in recent years, driven by a tight labour market, a strained NHS and higher long-term sickness rates...

Private Equity is transforming European smiles

Private equity is playing a transformative role in the European dental markets. Marc Kitten, senior partner, and Dr Marco Mazevet, associate, at Candesic review...

The problem with PROMs data

In the latest column from the Private Healthcare Information Network (PHIN), clinical advisor Dr Christopher Smith-Brown and health data analyst Paulo Arana explain the...

Women in Healthcare: Can we hear her voice?

Clarissa Pattinson, sourcing manager at healthcare procurement organisation HealthTrust Europe, looks at the positive steps the sector can take to enable women to succeed...

The rise of the machines

Robotic and robotically assisted surgery is increasingly gaining traction in the UK. In the latest column from the Private Healthcare Information Network (PHIN),...

The rise of day-case

The shift in operations being done as day-cases is accelerating, resulting in increased demand for facilities tailored to the specific needs for such procedures....

Location, location, location…

Adam Scott and Ty Lantz of Mansfield Advisors explore some of the supply-side market forces that drive location selection and the patterns that they...