- What Organisations Can Do to Prevent or Alleviate Provider Burnout
- Ten High-Income Countries Report the Effects of COVID-19 Burnout on Primary Care Physicians
- How Health Systems Forge Partnerships with Their Physicians
- Hospital Room Features Impact Clinical Outcomes
- Viral Illnesses on the Rise Across the U.S.
Should Poor End-of-Life Care Still Get Accreditation?
In 2013 65 percent of hospitals with a minimum of 50 beds confirmed that they had a palliative care programme. Hospitals with in excess of... Read more
Digital Healthcare? Consumers Not Really Interested
Patients can now shop for care, use telehealth or communicate by email with clinicians. Sounds like a brave new world but all is not... Read more
People Centric Model to Harness User Value: Personal Data Spaces in Transformation of Health & Care
Hospitals-on-FHIR: Preparing Hospitals for European Health Data Space
Artificial Intelligence and Echocardiography: Are We Ready for Automation?
AI in Radiology: Realities, Challenges and Perspectives from a Tertiary Cardiac Centre in Greece
Learning From Each Other: An Artificial Intelligence Perspective in Healthcare
Flipping Healthcare Through a Population Health Stack
Interprofessional Competence Acquisition in Times of VUCA
The Shortage of Health Professionals Worldwide – A Modern Human Resources Management Challenge
My dear readers, It is time again for thoughts from the island. I went to Iceland/Selfoss last month and attended the European Nurse Director Association (ENDA) congress. I am a board member of this great association. Therefore, I met my fellow board members, colleagues and friends in person after meeting each other on a monthly base... Read more
My dear readers, It is time for thoughts from the island again. Before I share more, I hope you are all okay – despite the heat waves. As I said in my previous articles, what will be next? What else do we have to overcome, or is this our future - living and dealing with extreme situations, i.e. pandemics, war, climate chaos etc.? This... Read more
Before I go on my annual leave, I thought I'd drop a line. Last week I did my first shift in a little private hospital in my hometown. When I arrived on the ward, I called in at the Sister's office. As I headed towards her door, I realised I was the only nurse wearing a mask. I was still in my civilian clothes, and as I said, my mask was... Read more
2021 08 Oct
Executive Summary Cancer care is becoming increasingly complex and personalized. More and more patient characteristics and disease specific data – clinical history, comorbidities, imaging, laboratory data, genomics/ proteomics, lifestyle factors, pathology results – have to be factored in when deciding on diagnostic measures and care pathways.... Read more
2021 03 Aug
Executive Summary Value Partnerships™ are the enduring relationships that Siemens Healthineers forges with customers in order to optimize operations, expand capabilities, and advance innovation within healthcare enterprises. One of the areas where optimization can transform care delivery and improve patient experience is in the holistic management... Read more
2021 03 Aug
The human-centered approach to healthcare facility planning and design. Executive Summary Transforming care delivery through facility design and planning Healthcare environments continue to evolve, with new pressures from patients, staff, and payers driving care providers to be more people-centered and value-driven. Meeting the challenges... Read more
Extracorporeal Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation: Who Could Benefit?
This article summarises the current ratio and scientific evidence on... Read more
Evidenced-based ICU Organisation: Interview with Professor Jeremy Kahn
Jeremy Kahn is Professor of Critical Care, Medicine and Health Policy... Read more
COVID-19 - Present and Future Effect on Radiologist Training?
The effects of COVID-19 have been manifold but one of the areas which... Read more