Why we need system readiness to promote eye health

Why we need system readiness to promote eye health

System readiness means ensuring that health systems keep pace with societal changes. A perfect illustration of this is the need to address the growing prevalence of vision loss.
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Why is readiness important in cancer care?

Why is readiness important in cancer care?

As more and more people are living with cancer every year, and health systems face additional burdens, readiness for innovations in cancer care is becoming increasingly important.
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Glossary: what does readiness really mean?

Glossary: what does readiness really mean?

The terms readiness, preparedness, resilience, strengthening and sustainability often appear in similar health contexts, but they mean different things.
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Why we need to think about readiness for ALS

Why we need to think about readiness for ALS

ALS has a profound impact on people’s lives; new innovations are on the horizon, but it is important to consider how ready our health systems are to integrate new therapies.
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Why we need readiness in NASH

Why we need readiness in NASH

Health systems need to be ready to respond to evolving evidence to ensure they can always deliver efficient and equitable care. The approval of a therapy would transform care for n
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When is the right time to think about health system readiness?

When is the right time to think about health system readiness?

Decision-makers must plan for the sustainable and timely integration of new technologies and processes into care.
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How consistent terminology can aid integration of radioligand therapy

How consistent terminology can aid integration of radioligand therapy

Inconsistent use of terminology presents challenges to building awareness of radioligand therapy and appropriately integrating it into care.
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The impact of COVID-19 highlights the need for innovative therapies in cancer care

The impact of COVID-19 highlights the need for innovative therapies in cancer care

COVID-19 has caused widespread disruption to cancer care. New approaches could provide more options for people with advanced, complex or metastatic cancers.
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World Theranostics Day 2022: what are theranostics and how can we use them?

World Theranostics Day 2022: what are theranostics and how can we use them?

On World Theranostics Day 2022, HPP explores the ongoing innovation and advancement in the field of theranostics.
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We need continued research to ensure wider access to innovative therapies as soon as they are approved

We need continued research to ensure wider access to innovative therapies as soon as they are approved

In this guest blog, Dr Erik Briers emphasises the need for continued research and planning to make radioligand therapy a more viable treatment option.
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COVID-19 and health system readiness

COVID-19 and health system readiness

The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the importance of having a prepared and robust system that can keep day-to-day healthcare functions running.
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New cancer therapies: how workforce capacity impacts treatment implementation

New cancer therapies: how workforce capacity impacts treatment implementation

For his guest blog, Dr Martin Rolles explores how lack of workforce planning and specialist training can be a barrier to implementing new cancer therapies.
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