In 2016, BMJ Best Practice was shown in independent comparisons to deliver faster answers to diagnostic clinical questions. Its guidelines have international coverage and can be localised to individual institutions.
As the medical landscape continues to be challenged by limited resources, funding and higher mortality rates, we work with our users and customers to provide the most relevant tools.
The evidence based knowledge, best practice, and learning support tools and resources that we produce help share the learnings and improve the decisions healthcare professionals make every day.
We also work to improve research standards, acceptance rates and outputs across institutions, organisations and countries. Our own technology platform conforms to industry standards and underpins these product websites and mobile delivery.
We are broadening and deepening our long-standing relationships with large healthcare organisations, clinicians, global health and government bodies around the world. We know that once an international client base has been established, the possibility of cross-country knowledge sharing and data comparisons also starts to emerge.
As a result, we now have offices in China, India and the US, where we are rapidly increasing our headcount. These offices are reflective of the services we provide in the UK, but customised to fit the needs of local healthcare systems. Our reliable, responsive and flexible ways of working collaboratively with customers translate to better healthcare outcomes and understandings of specific issues.