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Cybercriminals Could Sabotage Medical Equipment

Tuesday, July 9th, 2019

IT experts have warned hospitals to be extra vigilant with their online security as cybercriminals have the potential to sabotage crucial medical equipment.


Will 5G Change Our Healthcare?

Monday, July 8th, 2019

Innovations within technology are changing many aspects of our lives. Technology has already helped revolutionise certain elements of healthcare and it seems that the arrival of 5G networks could take things a few steps further.


All NHS Meals Recalled Over ‘Listeria Outbreak’

Wednesday, June 19th, 2019

When key medical equipment in a hospital is found to be faulty or malfunctioning, a hire service really can save the day. However, the crisis facing the NHS at the moment comes in the form of its patient catering service, after five deaths linked to the bacteria listeria have been reported, according to New Scientist.


GP Shortfall Won’t Be Filled By 2023, Report Reveals

Tuesday, April 2nd, 2019

The shortfall in the number of GPs in the UK is so serious that it will be impossible to be filled by the year 2023. And as such, the only way to progress now is to make use of the skills of other staff, such as physiotherapists and pharmacists, more widely and routinely in general practice.


GPs In Bury Offer Medical Care To Homeless

Monday, March 4th, 2019

People sleeping rough in Bury will be able to access medical facilities as part of the Homeless-Friendly scheme in the area.


Will UK Health Trusts Stockpile Equipment Ahead Of Brexit?

Monday, November 19th, 2018

Despite Theresa May this week announcing that she has hashed out a withdrawal agreement with European leaders, there is still much speculation about what a Brexit deal will look like, or whether the UK will get one.


Stronger Hospital Governance ‘Necessary’ To Improve Patient Safety

Wednesday, June 27th, 2018

New analysis of the quality and safety of care in independent hospitals in England has found that overall, core services are safe, effective, caring and responsive to the needs of patients… but there is variation in quality among the 200 or so hospitals inspected and rated, and there is room for improvement.