Category Archives: Health Team

HT&Y The Professional’s Choice Award Shortlist: Cellnovo

The Cellnovo vision is that those who rely on medical devices should benefit from the same advances in technology to improve the care they receive and to make their lives easier. The life today of a typical Type 1 diabetes … Continue reading

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Health and Wellbeing Boards: Good mental health for the new year

Local councils and health and wellbeing boards can improve mental health in their communities.   It is estimated that some £30 billion is lost nationally each year due to poor mental health. Due, in no small part, to poor work … Continue reading

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Guest Blogspot: The NHS Constitution- the turning point?

The Health and Social Care Act 2012 has always had my support. All my concerns were addressed in the final Act. The thrust of the Bill remained intact.  However, like many other people I was dismayed by the strength of … Continue reading

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Guest Blogspot: Do private patients in the UK help or harm the NHS?

Private medicine like private education and first-class travel can stir up feelings of resentment between the “haves” and “have-nots”. A short blog like this one has no possibility of uniting stereotypical politicians from the left and right wings of politics. … Continue reading

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Guest Blogspot: The NHS needs outstanding management as well as a legal framework, for example, to unlock the potential of the property portfolio.

The potential for improved efficiency in delivering effective healthcare within the framework of the Health and Social Care Act 2012 is enormous.  However, there will be no benefit without the management skills needed to take up the challenges. Many future … Continue reading

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Political Mood Change over the NHS, Innovation and the Pharmaceutical Industry in 2011

As 2011 draws to a close now is a good time to reflect on the period since the last UK General Election in 2010. We must consider what we have done right, what we have done wrong and what remains … Continue reading

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Is the Ministerial Health Team in Need of a “Summer Signing”?

Guest Blog by Stuart Carroll  In the world of professional football, it is that time of year again.  As pre-season fast approaches, football clubs continue afoot and apace to wheel and deal in the transfer market in order to land … Continue reading

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