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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?
Reward people making healthy choices – Going with the Flow: Guardian coverage
Reward healthy people with tax rebates to save the NHS, urges thinktank ‘Payment by results’ incentives to quit smoking or manage blood sugar could help reduce burden on services, says 20/20 Health Denis Campbell, health correspondent The Guardian, Thursday 1 May … Continue reading
Posted in Patients Tagged blood pressure, choice, colour coding, Funding, Hospitals, National Health Gaurantee, NHS, NHS Tayside, Payment by Results, responsibility, rewards Leave a comment
Is section 119 wrong…
Having been submerged under Syria, floods and Sochi, Healthcare has emerged again like spring daffodils to be the talk of the news. Dorrell and Burnham slogged it out yesterday on Radio 4’s Today over section 119 and the vote was … Continue reading
Posted in Health reform, Hospitals Tagged Care Bill, FTs, Hospitals, NHS, privatisation, Quality, safe, Section 119, vision Leave a comment
NHS car park charges – what’s the real issue?
I was on @daybreak TV this morning at 7.15am talking about NHS car parking charges. It’s reoccurring subject and Cambridge University Hospitals NHS FT and the Royal Free Hospital NHS FT were both ‘named and shamed’ as the worst offenders … Continue reading
Posted in Finance, Hospitals, Uncategorized Tagged car parking, charges, Crisis, David Bennett, Funding, gap, Hospitals, Monitor, NHS, NHS FT, politicians, Transparency Leave a comment
Contribution to 2020health’s recent report ‘Too posh to wash? Reflections on the future of nursing?’ By Kay Fawcett, Chief Nurse, University Hospitals, Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust Nursing is based in a complex healthcare system where compassion and dignity are an expectation. Constantly … Continue reading
Developing alternatives to hospitals
Almost every week we hear a new story of protests concerning the closure of a local hospital. There is a widespread belief amongst the public that closing hospitals equals removal of healthcare, and of course there are deep concerns about … Continue reading
Posted in Hospitals, Technology, Uncategorized Tagged choice, Hospitals, telehealth 1 Comment
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