More prevention, improved primary care and an integrated, patient-centred approach is the route to making health systems resilient. Underpinning all this will be better data, says report on State of Health in the EU
Stroke patients with dementia treated with intravenous thrombolysis using powerful clot-busting drugs are at no higher risk of brain haemorrhage or death than other patients receiving the same treatment, a study from Karolinska Institutet published in the journal Neurology reports.
The University of Cambridge is to receive £40 million over ten years from the Health Foundation to establish and run a new research institute aimed at strengthening the evidence-base for how to improve health care
Cliniques universitaires Saint-Luc (UCL)recently announced its plan to use Huawei OceanStor storage to establish their core medical service platform. The announcement marks a major breakthrough in the European healthcare industry.
UCL’s three biomedical research centres (BRCs) have won more than £167 million in funding from the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) to further world-leading biomedical research conducted with partner hospitals
A new interdisciplinary research institute in South Africa to fight tuberculosis (TB), HIV and related diseases has been announced on Tuesday, following a merger between two leading research institutions, with UCL as a key academic partner
Harvard economist Michael Porter argues that, to improve performance, healthcare systems need to measure not what goes in, but what comes out. A movement to focus more on such ‘patient outcomes’ is gathering speed in Europe