- Social Media solutions work for NHS Trusts
While social media sites like Facebook and Twitter have long been at the heart of people’s everyday life and activities, they have also become an integral part of business life. Companies can develop relationships and build loyalty in customers with engaging interaction and most firms are looking to develop a social media strategy these days. It is also a platform for health organisations and one NHS Trust has taken to use Twitter in an imaginative and effective manner.
- 2017 is a big year for the NHS
There are so many struggles and battles taking place within the NHS these days, it can be difficult to keep pace with what is going on. However, one of the biggest battles the NHS faces is balancing the need to provide a service to clients while looking to the future and working out ways to provide a better service in the future. In an ideal world, the NHS would be forward thinking and the focus would be on streamlining and honing a service that will meet the needs of people in the future. Of course, there is a more pressing need to ensure that people who need help today receive this assistance and this will always mean that the NHS will struggle to move too far ahead of itself.
- NHS backed technology can get Britain moving
The start of the New Year sees many people making resolutions and promises to get fitter and healthier. There is a great deal to be said for taking action at this time of year because many other people are doing the same. There is strength in numbers and knowing that many other people are going through the same process as yourself provides a lot of people with a mental boost. If more people take their health and fitness seriously, you will start to find that the entire country benefits.