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Omnicell announces West Yorkshire acute trusts software partnership

06.08.20: Words provided by Omnicell, editorially reviewed by National Health Executive Omnicell, a leading provider of supply and medication management solutions and adherence tools for healthcare systems and pharmacies, has announced a new software...

Supporting complex needs and providing a caring environment

05.08.20: Dr Nichola Stefanou, Director of Clinical Practice, Home Group With the UK government announcing a £62m funding package to speed up the discharge of people with learning disabilities and autism from hospital, Dr Nichola Stefanou expla...

Investing in people to reap the full benefits of data in the NHS

03.08.20: Adam Mayer, Senior Manager, Qlik Data has the power to drastically improve patient care delivery within our healthcare services. From managing key operational issues, to identifying patterns to inform population health strategies, it&r...

‘People shape technology, not the other way around’

18.06.20: Words provided by Home Group, editorially reviewed by National Health Executive Assistive technology in healthcare isn’t necessarily something new, but sometimes innovation in this area can seem life-changing in theory, yet not live u...

Bleepa® becomes the first UK CE marked communication platform

09.06.20: Words provided by Feedback Medical, editorially reviewed by National Health Executive Feedback Medical, the specialist medical imaging technology company, has announced, in compliance with the Medical Device Directive (MDD) and having met t...

Supporting NHS trusts, employees and their families in remote working

28.05.20: Words provided by Skillsoft, editorially reviewed by National Health Executive The shift to remote working has been sudden and dramatic for many people over the last few months. Before social distancing measures came into force, a large maj...

Why an online healthcare masters is key to career progression

21.05.20: The University of Glasgow offers a whole host of healthcare online degrees designed to promote your skills and progress your career. Join us and make your mark today. Against a backdrop of increasingly aging populations and advancing medica...

AI-driven physiotherapy app reduces pressure on NHS during Covid-19

08.05.20: Words provided by Eye catcher, editorially reviewed by National Health Executive As the NHS continues to face significant demand and pressure amid the current coronavirus outbreak, a partnership between Healthshare and high-growth...

Cel-Fi products improve mobile signal coverage in NHS properties

29.04.20: Words provided by Frequency Telecom, editorially reviewed by National Health Executive The universal problem of poor mobile signal has far reaching implications for individuals and organisations across the UK. But, for an institution like t...

UK firm repurposes specialist food packaging tech to produce PPE

24.04.20: Words provided by RAP UK, editorially reviewed by National Health Executive Rapid Action Packaging (RAP), one of the UK’s leading food-to-go packaging manufacturers, has repurposed its production line during the coronavirus outbreak t...

Omnicell introduces a new rapid pandemic response scheme

22.04.20: Words provided by Omnicell, editorially reviewed by National Health Executive Rapidly expanding bed capacity and supporting wider healthcare infrastructure has never been more important than during the current fight against Covid-19. O...

Britain’s GPs reducing coronavirus risks with phone, video technology

21.04.20: Words provided by X-on, editorially reviewed by National Health Executive GPs and returning healthcare workers are utilising the latest ‘breakthrough’ digital phone and video technology from their homes to help remotely address...

Healthcare Communications supports NHS trusts with free eClinic software

21.04.20: Words provided by IMImobile, editorially reviewed by National Health Executive With the coronavirus outbreak demanding greater access to remote appointments and consultations, global cloud communications software and solutions provider IMIm...

Emergency call: 4G coverage is a necessity in hospitals and care homes

15.04.20: Stuart Waine of Spry Fox Networks explains why 4G coverage is not just nice to have inside hospital buildings and care homes but an essential part of hospital operation. This content was provided by Spry Fox Networks and editorial...

Pocketalk to donate 500 translators to support healthcare organisations

15.04.20: Content provided by Pocketalk, editorially reviewed by National Health Executive. After providing communication support to medical staff on the front lines of the battle against the coronavirus in the United States and Japan...

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NHS England dementia director prescribes rugby for mental health and dementia patients

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Calling the NHS a ‘Covid-only service’ is untrue, unfair and potentially dangerous

12/08/2020Calling the NHS a ‘Covid-only service’ is untrue, unfair and potentially dangerous

Chris Hopson, Chief Executive, NHS Providers Last week the NHS was widely described as providing a ‘Covid-19 only’ service for much of the last few months. Frontline NHS trust leaders are frustrated and disappointed at this description as it is untrue, unfair and potentially dangerous. It is untrue because local hospital ... more >
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