The Week In... Nursing + Healthcare (22-26/-07)
  • Posted on: 26/07/2019
  • Category: Industry

The Week In... Nursing + Healthcare (22-26/-07)

NICE is set to review how it develops guidance on drugs, apps are seen as a crucial step on the road to greater efficiency in care, the UK government looks to boost AI and data in preventative healthcare, and an ‘essential’ nursing review is scrapped.

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Embedding patient-centric care with digital health apps

Health professionals see apps as a crucial step on the road to care that is more efficient and more patient centred than today. How can patients be sure that they’re getting the accurate information they need?

NICE reviews number crunching methods as advanced technologies hit market

NICE is to review how it develops guidance on drugs, focusing on issues such as modifiers used in decision making and dealing with uncertainties in evidence.

HEE scraps ‘essential’ nursing review

A much-anticipated review of community nursing has been scrapped after internal complaints were raised by members of the advisory panel.

How can the NHS deliver patient centric care?

‘Patient centricity’, the process of designing a service or solution around a patient’s wants, needs and preferences, is a key aspiration for the NHS. But what does it involve and how can it be enabled?

UK government to boost AI and data use in preventive healthcare

A programme led by Public Health England and NHSX will aim to usher in a “new era of evidence-based self-care", with patients increasingly expected to allow access to their personal data.

NHS England extends scheme to support GP retention in England

The GP retention programme will be extended for another two years, according to NHS England.

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