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How technology can help drive efficiencies in electronic patient record systems

BBH editor, Jo Makosinski, speaks to Dr Simon Wallace of Nuance about the role speech recognition technology can play in maximising the benefits of...

£2.5m for kidney disease research

Landmark funding announcement supports researchers across the UK to further understanding of kidney disease and transform treatments for patients

Special report: Digitising healthcare - the dream for 2023

BBH editor, Jo Makosinski, explores the trends and challenges facing the health sector as it looks to enhance patient care and drive efficiencies,...

How long are we prepared to wait and see if the NHS improves?

Ivor Campbell of Snedden Campbell, a search company for the medical technology industry (pictured below), looks at the importance placed by health...

Over £175m for cutting-edge genomics research

Government announces funding to create the most-advanced genomic healthcare system in the world, helping to save lives and improve health outcomes

Comment: Independent sector provides solution to winter pressures

Professor Matthew Cooke, chief medical officer at Xyla Elective Care, reveals how trusts can respond to NHS England’s plea for healthcare organisat...

Q&A - How is the cost-of-living crisis impacting healthcare?

Nigel Oliver and Laurent Pochat-Cottilloux of AXA reveal how the cost-of-living crisis is impacting the health sector

Using innovative technologies to optimise the NHS estate

Roslyn Churchill, chief information officer at NHS Property Services recently spoke to the National Health Executive about technology and future of...

Extra two million procedures delivered to bust COVID backlogs

Community diagnostic centres across the country have delivered more than two million vital checks, tests, and scans to address pandemic backlog

£50m to tackle health inequalities through research

First-ever investment for 13 local authorities across the UK to tackle inequalities and improve public health