Today’s healthcare providers are faced with the almost impossible task of increasing the standard of care afforded to each patient, while reducing the operational costs associated with providing this improved level of care. The care delivered throughout a healthcare facility is crucial to patient outcomes; from the emergency department through to outpatient operations, encompassing wound care, critical care and clinical care at the bedside..
e-Care, which spans the entire spectrum of patient care, is also a rapidly growing area, and one that healthcare professionals are embracing not only to improve the standard of care in areas including medication administration and patient education, but also to reduce spending. Throughout a patient’s stay in a medical facility, clinicians are faced with inevitable challenges including staff management and education, infection control and equipment failure.
Practical Patient Care is published specifically to provide medical practitioners and senior managers with the information they need in order to deliver successful care management strategies that will allow them to achieve their objective of improving patient care at a reduced cost..
Medical imaging has revolutionised healthcare delivery. By providing a direct route into the human body, it allows medical specialists to gain a more immediate and accurate understanding of a patient's condition than ever before. The next generation of imaging technology promises to be more powerful, further enhancing the ability of physicians to diagnose and treat an increasingly wide range of diseases at lower radiation doses.
Yet medical imaging is not only crucial for those directly involved in the imaging process or in diagnosis. Senior management depends on accurate imaging to improve efficiency in its facilities. Early and accurate diagnosis feeds directly into improved patient recovery times, shortened hospital stays and a reduced likelihood of costly interventions later on. As well as improving health outcomes, medical imaging can, therefore, reduce healthcare costs.
Medical Imaging Technology, which is published biannually, aims to satisfy the huge demand for information on medical imaging, a demand made not only by radiologists, but also by cardiologists, physicians and senior healthcare managers.
Practical Patient Care Middle East
Rapid population expansion and a decline in mortality rates are driving record levels of investment, growth and innovation in the healthcare market across the Middle East. Rising income and an aging population, combined with an influx of affluent expatriates, who bring greater healthcare insurance demands, mean that funding has poured into the region at unprecedented levels, with many analysts predicting the region's healthcare spending will reach $140 billion by the end of the decade.
Practical Patient Care Middle East is specifically designed and edited for the primary decision-makers building, operating and managing the region's healthcare facilities. This unique and powerful audience has the authority to make the decisions to purchase the products and services they require in order to raise standards and provide a world-class health service.
Published in print and digital formats, this multiplatform publication provides a unique blend of in-depth commentary and analysis of the key issues shaping the market, while also offering a valuable and effective way of reaching and influencing a high-spending community of sector leaders.
Practical Patient Care UK
Smarter procurement is at the heart of the latest reforms within the NHS. The Department of Health is focussing on taking immediate action for change and the issue is right at the top of the agenda. Procurement accounts for over £18bn of the NHS' annual expenditure and the adoption of best practice, collaboration, aggregation and process modernisation will create opportunities for many suppliers in this market
Practical Patient Care UK is specifically designed and edited for primary decision-makers within the UK healthcare sector. This unique and powerful audience has the authority to make the decisions to purchase the products and services required to maintain the NHS as one of the world's leading health systems.
Published in print and digital formats, this multiplatform publication provides a unique blend of in-depth commentary and analysis of the key issues shaping the market, while offering a valuable and effective way of reaching and influencing a high-spending community of purchasers.