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This page shows the latest long-term conditions news and features for those working in and with pharma, biotech and healthcare.

D-day: time to make digital deliver

D-day: time to make digital deliver

There’s a school of thought across many industries that the application of digital is now so ubiquitous that the term itself should be erased from the common vernacular. ... It’s unlikely that 2018 will have yielded any less. The interventions are

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  • Social care crisis looms as demand to double by 2035 Social care crisis looms as demand to double by 2035

    Overall, more than 1 million people aged 65 or over will require intensive social care assistance by 2035, with more and more older people living with multiple long-term conditions. ... An international comparison of long-term care funding and outcomes:

  • Regional NHS pulmonary rehabilitation video campaign launched Regional NHS pulmonary rehabilitation video campaign launched

    A video campaign to promote the health and lifestyle benefits of pulmonary rehabilitation for those with long-term lung conditions has been launched across the north east of England.

  • Things can only get better Things can only get better

    the major long-term conditions seem to suffer the same fate. ... In the US it's even higher. Research suggests that when you have low literacy and high long-term conditions you're more likely to be non-adherent.

  • NHS taps technology firms for 'connected' patient projects NHS taps technology firms for 'connected' patient projects

    In Sheffield, IBM is one of a number of partner companies working setting up an 'intelligence centre' tasked with helping patients with long-term conditions such as diabetes, mental health problems,

  • Changing behaviours begins at home Changing behaviours begins at home

    Pharma has long focused its energies on persuading HCPs to adjust their prescribing behaviours and, more recently, encouraging payers to adopt new models of care. ... Yet the WHO tells us that only half of the medicines for long-term conditions are taken

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  • Is anybody listening? Is anybody listening?

    self-management support and emotional support for patients with long-term conditions. ... Whether companies want to listen to the conversation or actively contribute to it, making progress requires patience and long-term commitment,” says Clare Bates.

  • 30 Women Leaders in UK Healthcare 30 Women Leaders in UK Healthcare

    Its work on the NHS England Early Intervention Long-Term Conditions Test Bed with NHS Heywood, Middleton and Rochdale CCG in Lancashire and Google’s health division Verily used new digital ... I met a chairman of a biotech company recently, who’s

  • Pharma’s isolated islands of innovation Pharma’s isolated islands of innovation

    Separately. But usefulness and utility is only truly delivered for patients with long-term conditions when these services are joined up. ... This is something that organisations close to, or indeed representing, people with long-term conditions are

  • Implementing eHealth innovation Implementing eHealth innovation

    To achieve this high level of adherence, the treatment requires a long-term commitment from patients, caregivers, nurses and physicians. ... Adherence to treatment in patients with long-term conditions such as growth hormone deficiency is particularly

  • Here’s to all the bright sparks Here’s to all the bright sparks

    Then in 2012 there was welcome news for long-term sufferers of knee conditions.

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  • Body image and mental health: The psoriasis connection

    1. People with long-term health conditions are at a high risk for body dissatisfaction, particularly when the symptoms physically change the body and are accompanied with chronic pain – which can ... level; the same applies for the diverse

  • GPs will play a pivotal role in integrated care

    It will support some of the NHS’s key ambitions within the Long-term Plan, which has allocated £4.5 billion of funding for primary medical and community health services by ... Seven workstreams, which are part of ICSs, will be layered on top of the

  • Havas Lynx shines a spotlight on carers

    long-term conditions on the rise, it is estimated that three in five of us will be care-givers during our lifetimes – making it one of the most pressing and challenging

  • Transforming Mental Health in Ghana

    engage with patients, families and carers to empower them to manage long term conditions, including severe mental health conditions.

  • Solaris Health looks at the gene therapy revolution

    Yet there are the practical realities to consider such as specialist clinic set up, follow-up protocols and long-term implications to name but a few issues which will need attention ... How will patients with long-term conditions be selected for treatment

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