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The power of choice

Twenty years since it was introduced in the wake of spiralling NHS waits, patient choice remains poorly served by GPs and poorly understood by...

NHS in crisis: a pivotal moment for PMI?

Growing waiting lists and access issues in the NHS are prompting a new wave of interest in private healthcare among consumers, but can the...

Learning out of the pandemic

While Covid-19 has undoubtedly caused considerable hardship to patients, families, and healthcare professionals, the emergence of new and improved methods of learning is one...

The art of e-Prescribing

E-Prescribing has the potential to improve patient safety and reduce provider costs. It has been identified by the NHS as a key plank in...

To outsource or to insource, that is the question

The NHS insourcing market has been attracting increased interest from investors and offers NHS trusts a number of advantages when using non-NHS provision to...

Speed is of the essence

The UK’s cancer survival rates trailed other developed nations long before the pandemic, but with a huge backlog in diagnostics and treatment, it is...

Harnessing growth in radiology services

High demand and increased funding is driving growth in radiology markets across Europe but with limited equipment and staffing resources, health systems are employing...

Digitalising cancer pathways

The Covid-19 pandemic has driven digitalisation across healthcare services, including cancer care. Gordon Wishart, chief medical officer at Check4Cancer and visiting professor of cancer...

Procuring healthcare services: the provider selection regime

The provider selection regime, due for launch later this year, aims to move procurement away from competition towards collaboration, flexibility and integration. On the...

AI enabled cardiac monitoring

Zio XT, an AI powered outpatient monitor for arrhythmia, was one of the winners of the NHS AI in Health and Care Awards but...