Tag Archives: England

2020health calls for care.data to be postponed and replaced by an opt-in system

We had a huge amount of interest in our fringe event held on Tuesday at the Conservative Party Conference on privacy and electronic health records. We are vocal advocates of electronic health records (EHR) and the potential for technology to … Continue reading

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Contribution to 2020health’s recent report ‘Too posh to wash? Reflections on the future of nursing’ By  Gloria Dowling MBA BSc (Hons) RGN MIHM ABCI, NHS Specialist Advisor to London Resilience Team (LRT), NHS London Advances in technology have changed the face of … Continue reading

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A fresh start for CCG staff – in sickness and in health

By Julia Manning. Originally published by Pulse, 21st January. CCGs represent a fresh start, not just for what and how services are commissioned, but also for how the wellbeing of staff is supported. They take over in a system not renowned … Continue reading

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Employers should take a lead on preventing sickness absence

Press release: Friday January 4th 2013 Release time: Immediate 2020health’s report out today calls on employers to do much more to ensure an employee’s mild illness doesn’t escalate into long-term absence and sickness-related worklessness. Drawing on experience from Scotland, Northern Ireland … Continue reading

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