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NHS staff becoming increasingly dissatisfied with their employer, survey finds

26th February 2015 17:23

A survey by reward specialist, The Voucher Shop, has found that the NHS is at risk of losing skilled staff due to their dissatisfaction within the service. The main reasons behind NHS workers’ dissatisfactions are a lack of internal communications,… Read more...


Global powered surgical instrument market expected to have grown by 2019

28th January 2015 12:02

In 2014, the global powered surgical instrument market was approximated to be worth around $1.5 to 1.6 billion.  By 2019, this figure is expected to have increased at a large compound annual growth rate (CAGR). The market’s growth can be largely… Read more...


At-home X-rays gaining popularity, research finds

27th January 2015 17:22

Due to more patients seeking at-home care, portable x-rays are gaining popularity with individuals who desire treatment in a familiar setting. A study of 69 elderly patients found that 17 per cent of those who had an x-ray in hospital, suffered from delirium.… Read more...


VNAs are becoming a favoured method for medical image sharing, survey reveals

26th January 2015 15:56

Although VNAs (vendor neutral archives) appear to be gaining popularity as a method of medical image sharing, they have not yet replaced picture archiving and communication systems (PACS). The findings shine a light on a recent survey by SearchHealthIT, which… Read more...


Half of patients would travel 100 miles to evade hospital-acquired infections

22nd January 2015 16:04

A survey of 2,003 people in Britain has found that nearly half of patients would travel up to 100 miles for medical treatment, to evade catching hospital-acquired infections (HAI), if their local hospital had a high rate of people catching a HAI. The percentage… Read more...


A&E waiting time in England is the poorest in ten years

6th January 2015 12:17

England’s NHS has missed its target waiting time, new figures have shown, with times falling to the poorest in ten years. The 95% target was missed in the period between October 2014 and December 2014, with just 92.6% of patients being seen in the four… Read more...


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