Line-up announced for tenth edition of UK’s leading healthcare IT event, which is co-located with the ehi AWARDS 2017 for the first time
Visitors to ehi LIVE 2017 will have the chance to hear how technology is shaping policy at the top of the health service.
Bed blocking by patients who are ready to be discharged cost the Scottish NHS more than £100 million over the past year, according to new figures.
Rising numbers of NHS hospitals are charging disabled patients and visitors to park, official figures have shown.
An Emergency Department Safety Checklist used at hospitals in Bristol is set to be rolled out to trusts across England.
Patients should be told to go home and rest rather than receive antibiotics, health officials have said.
Migrants and visitors to the UK not eligible for free healthcare will now be charged upfront for the cost of their treatment.
NICE has approved strimvelis, a treatment for a rare inherited immune deficiency condition that has been termed ‘bubble baby syndrome'.
The number of urinary tract infections (UTIs) caused by drug resistant bacteria is increasing, new data shows.
The Royal College of Surgeons has warned that the health service in Northern Ireland is failing patients waiting for planned treatment.
DBTH has been announced as the first NHS trust in the country to have vaccinated 75 per cent of their frontline staff for the second year running.
Four NHS trust chief executives have publicly highlighted the health service’s declining ability to treat patients quickly enough.
South Central Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust (SCAS) has formally opened its education and recruitment centre in Newbury.
The children and young people’s diabetes service at South Tyneside District Hospital has made notable improvements in controlling the condition.
The prevalence of obesity has risen for a second year from 9.3 per cent in 2015-16 to 9.6 per cent in 2016-17 for children in reception.
NHS trust staff are being embedded in secondary schools across Barnsley in an initiative to tackle poor mental health among children.
Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust has opened six new beds in Southampton in response to a national shortage of beds for young people who need care in a low secure setting.
Plans to create a Health and Well-being Centre in Dartmouth have moved a step forward with the submission of a planning application to the council.
Pregnant women in Bristol are among the first to take part in a clinical trial of a vaccine that could protect babies against RSV disease.
The ‘PReCePT’ project has been selected by the Health Foundation to be part of a £3.5 million improvement programme.
A new initiative means that all new mothers living in Wirral are to receive a Baby Box following a successful pilot.