Become a better healthcare leader with HSJ
HSJ is the only title to cover the planning, organisation, financing and performance of all aspects of the NHS at national and local level. For 120 years it has served the leadership of England’s health services. Readership is drawn from all sectors and all disciplines, clinical and non-clinical, united by one fact – they, like you, are healthcare leaders.
Given the generational upheaval that is currently taking place in the NHS, don’t miss out on our range of services that will help boost the skills and knowledge you need to meet the challenge. This includes comprehensive coverage of the Francis Report: the findings, recommedations, reactions and implications for you.
At HSJ we understand your need for immediate access to NHS intelligence delivered in a way that suits you. That’s why you can now access HSJ’s unrivalled coverage of all aspects of NHS policy and performance at both national and local level via our new tablet app.
With this launch we have introduced three new subscription packages so that you can choose the one that best suits your needs. Whether accessed via the print, website, mobile site or tablet, HSJ delivers unrivalled NHS insight.
Our new subscription packages give you choice in how to access HSJ. Platforms include:
- HSJ magazine – delivered to your door every week
- HSJ.co.uk – up-to-the-minute news at your fingertips
- HSJ mobile – HSJ on your mobile device at m.HSJ.co.uk
- HSJ tablet app – convenient access wherever you are
- HSJ newsletters – subscriber-only Acute Care and Mental Health newsletters
Remember, HSJ is the only resource to cover all aspects of the NHS. Recently covered topics include: NHS reforms, the Health Bill, CCGs, commissioning, efficiency savings and QIPP, any qualified provider, technology, care pathways, estate and facilities management, innovation, long term conditions, workforce, training and development and regulation.
"Why do I read HSJ? Because it provides the most comprehensive and insightful coverage of what is really going on in the NHS, from both policy and practical perspectives, and follows the key figures within the healthcare sector.
What do I get from it? It acts as an "early warning system" for my business - identifying the issues that we need to be thinking about and addressing with our clients and prospects; the market needs where we need to develop and offer services; and the people that we need to get in front of."
Peter Edwards, Senior Partner, Capsticks
Subscribe today and you'll receive access to all the above areas of HSJ.