2018: A year in review

04 March 2019

2018 was another breakthrough year for Clarity. It was a year of savings; a year when our innovative tech and […]

Healthcare on the Front Line

21 August 2018

How many lives must we risk before they listen? A recent article in The Times drew attention to the “IT […]

The NHS Turns 70

05 July 2018

NHS staff and patients across the United Kingdom are celebrating the 70th anniversary of our National Health Service. Westminster Abbey […]

How big is the NHS?

15 March 2018

How do you make a workforce the size of Latvia work better? The NHS is big. It’s often said that […]

NHS England’s Staff Survey

07 March 2018

The NHS England’s latest Staff Survey for 2017 is now available to download. In response to the results Claire Billenness, […]

New year, new efficiencies

21 February 2018

With unprecedented pressure on our health system, the case for making better use of the resources we have – in […]

70 years of the NHS

18 January 2018

As the 70th anniversary of the National Health Service approaches, we take a look back at how the NHS has […]

What is a collaborative staff bank?

13 November 2017

At a recent REC Health and Social Care Group meeting, NHS Improvement announced that their “key objective is shifting agency […]

The Lord Carter Efficiency Calculator

27 September 2017

In Lord Carter’s Operational productivity and performance in English NHS acute hospitals report, it was found that optimising staff resource […]

Sun, sea and satisfied staff

25 September 2017

The most important asset to any company is its human capital. This is a fairly familiar tagline we will all […]

You can bank on mobile

01 August 2017

In line with the NHS Five Year Forward View, Paperless 2020 presents a real opportunity to steer management information toward […]

NHS cyber-attack: we need a re-think on technology funding

17 May 2017

Fundamentally, if certain systems had been updated to the newest OS, this catastrophe might have been avoided. So why weren’t they? Inevitably, many will point a vague finger at ‘management’. But the problem relates to under-investment in technology: a persistent issue for the NHS.