‘COPE’ing with uncertainty

March 23, 2020By jmadmin19Opinion No Comments

With the world seemingly having tilted on its axis in recent times it would seem that our previous newsletter highlighting the importance of Adaptability was timely. How are you coping with the shifting landscape?  The pressure on leaders at times like these is often forgotten: Leaders are expected to know all of the answers – … Read More

Adaptability in Healthcare

March 9, 2020By jmadmin19Opinion No Comments

As we move forward in 2020 have you highlighted your Number One challenge for this year? Has that challenge changed from your thoughts back in January? If so why? Something new on the horizon perhaps or merely the changing landscape in which you work? Whether you work as a healthcare professional or in industry what … Read More

Working with industry for improved patient outcomes

January 6, 2017By jmadmin19News No Comments

Real Healthcare Solutions has published an article in the Tissue Viability supplement of the British Journal of Nursing. The article, entitled Working with industry for improved patient outcomes, has generated plenty of interest from both clinicians and industry. The key point raised in the article is that the challenge both for the NHS and its industry … Read More

Elixr Industry Experience

June 1, 2013By jmadmin19News No Comments

Elixr has already been shown to effectively support the positioning of wound care product in market. In addition the use of the platform has been shown to support the overall increase of directed sales of the product. Wound care data was entered into Elixr between February – October 2012. The information was analysed and used to … Read More

Metrics of Quality Service

April 5, 2013By jmadmin19Uncategorized No Comments

Key language utilised by the Department of Health (DH) is to show true efficiency savings and cost improvements through reduced wastage. With this in mind how do we and should we position wound care products? What is the message that needs to be conveyed, how is this conveyed and to whom? Importantly these metrics need … Read More