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  1. Content Article
    This document covers the following subjects: Section 1: embedding digital technologies Equipping the system digitally for better care Digitising health and social care records A life-long, joined-up health and care record Digitally supported diagnoses Supporting independent healthy lives Putting NHS services in people’s pockets through digital channels Scaling digital health self-help, diagnostics and therapies Accelerating adoption of proven tech Systematising tech research and development partnerships Buying tech better acr
  2. Content Article
    The report addresses the following questions: How many people are waiting for elective procedures? What are the most common procedures on the waiting list? Is there a hidden waiting list, and what is on it? Is there a waiting lists postcode lottery across England? How much will it cost to clear the waiting list? Are patients shifting to private care? What are the possible trajectories for waiting lists through to 2030?
  3. Content Article
    Never Events 1 April 2021 – 31 March 2022 by type of incident: Wrong site surgery – 171 Retained foreign object post procedure – 98 Wrong implant/prosthesis – 47 Misplaced naso or oro gastric tubes and feed administered – 31 Administration of medication by the wrong route – 21 Unintentional connection of a patient requiring oxygen to an air flowmeter – 13 Overdose of insulin due to abbreviations or incorrect device – 11 Transfusion or transplantation of ABO incompatible blood components or organs – 7 Falls from poorly restricted windows –
  4. Content Article
    In 2005, while in a consultation about an unrelated problem, my gynaecologist asked me whether I ever experienced incontinence. When I said that occasionally I did, very slightly, while exercising, he suggested I have a transvaginal mesh inserted while I was having a coil fitted. It would “future proof” me against incontinence and I would be in and out of hospital in a day. So without thinking much of it, I agreed to the surgery. That was a mistake that I have bitterly regretted for the past 17 years; I have never been well since I had that surgery. Straight afterwards, I had a UTI, the
  5. Content Article
    This discussion paper asks the following questions: How can we all promote positive mental wellbeing? How can we all prevent the onset of mental ill-health? How can we all intervene earlier when people need support with their mental health? How can we improve the quality and effectiveness of treatment for mental health conditions? How can we all support people living with mental health conditions to live well? How can we all improve support for people in crisis? The DHSC would like to hear from a broad range of people, including: children and
  6. Content Article
    The survey is aimed at: Health Inequalities professionals working in the NHS Clinical and non-clinical healthcare professionals with a particular interest in reducing health inequalities Organisations that support or have an expert understanding of the communities at particular risk of health inequalities including ethnic minorities, coastal and rural communities, people living in areas of high deprivation, plus inclusion health groups (e.g. homeless and rough sleepers, sex workers, Gypsy and Roma travelling communities), people living with autism, a learning disability or
  7. Content Article
    This report outlines ten unsustainable pressures currently affecting the NHS, and details the reasons for these pressures: NHS bed occupancy rate Sickness absence in nurses working in the NHS and social care NHS nursing workforce vacancy rate High Covid-19 infection rates NHS hospital waiting times NHS elective/community waiting times Social care workforce vacancies International recruitment in the NHS and social care Insufficient domestic NHS and social care nursing supply Increase demand for social care services
  8. Content Article
    The report compares data on women and birthing people: living in the most deprived and the least deprived areas in Great Britain. from ethnic minority groups and white ethnic groups. It demonstrates differences between these groups in outcomes of maternity and perinatal care among women and birthing people, and their babies. Key findings: Women from South Asian and Black ethnic groups and those from the most deprived areas had higher rates of hypertension and diabetes when compared with women from white ethnic groups and those in the least deprived areas.
  9. Content Article
    NIHR PSRCs will undertake high quality translational, applied and health services research that addresses strategic patient safety challenges within the health and care system. The aim of the new scheme is to develop, validate and test innovations, approaches and interventions that have the potential to lead to improvements in patient safety and the safety of health and care services. NHS organisations in England, in collaboration with a university partner, are eligible to apply and applications must be submitted online through the Research Management System (RMS). View the NIHR's Gu
  10. News Article
    England has the highest death rates of frail and older hospitalised patients in the western world, a landmark global study has found. Harvard University, the London School of Economics (LSE) and the thinktank Health Foundation, all part of the International Collaborative on Costs, Outcomes and Needs in Care (Icconic), a global network of healthcare researchers, used thousands of official medical records to compare the cost and quality of care in 10 OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) countries. Patient deaths are commonly used measures of performance in heal
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