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Category Archives: A&E
New analysis reassures patients and doctors
Guest Blog by Dr Iseult Roche, Associate, 2020health New analysis from researchers at University of Manchester have found there is no weekend death effect for NHS emergency patients and that such a view, held by some, has been “a statistical … Continue reading
What can be done to help rocket boost MedTech into everyday healthcare?
Guest Blog by Dr Michelle Tempest, Partner at Candesic, Health & Social Care Consultancy Despite MedTech being central to the future of healthcare, digital implementation often struggles to get into the top 3 priorities of stakeholders who have to contend … Continue reading
Posted in A&E, Department of Health, Hospitals, Innovation, NHS, NHS IT, Telehealth Tagged MedTech, NHS Leave a comment
How can A&E units improve their performance?
The first point that I must make is that I do not wish to appear unappreciative or condescending. Hospital A&E work is amongst the most important that any person can undertake and many of us would find the strain unbearable. … Continue reading
Posted in A&E, Department of Health, Elderly, GPs, Hospitals, NHS, Patients Tagged 2020health, Department of Health, elderly, General practitioner, government, GP, GPs, Hospitals, Jeremy Hunt, National Health Service, NHS, nursing, Old age, patient, Patients Comments Off on How can A&E units improve their performance?
NHS 111. Again. Is it THE problem? And how much is it costing?
Two things to me seem obvious. No doctor likes NHS 111. Secondly if you open another gate to the NHS, more people will go through it! It’s worth remembering that NHS 111 replaced NHS Direct which had one medically trained person … Continue reading
Posted in A&E, NHS, Patients, Technology, Telehealth Tagged A&E, accident, Babylon, Clifford Mann, DoctorToday, DrThom, Emergency, GP, NHS 111, NHS England, public, telehealth Leave a comment
Rising ambulance call-outs: time to rethink the role of the paramedic
BBC Radio Sussex this morning picked up on the news from Friday that ambulance call-outs in the South East have almost doubled in the past seven years and that the ‘system is at breaking point’ according to the GMB union. … Continue reading
Posted in A&E Tagged A&E, alcohol, Ambulance, BBC Radio Sussex, complex, GP, NHS, older people, Patients, SECAMB Leave a comment
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