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The government’s ambitious plan to integrate health and social care is on track to go live next April despite the ‘tough’ financial climate, the health chief overseeing the project has said.
The Foundation Trust Network has urged to Monitor to stay independent when setting the national pricing tariff, despite pressures on the NHS budget.
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The number of trainee doctors recruited to work in England’s A&E departments has increased to its highest ever level, Health Education England has revealed
The former deputy chief of the Care Quality Commission has made new claims in a legal battle against her ex-employer, alleging its current chair ‘hyped’ a report that she staged a ‘cover up’.
Wide variations in NHS funding for the continuing care of people with dementia have been uncovered in a report by a Labour prospective parliamentary candidate.
Investigations into ‘devastating’ failures by public services that have led to patient deaths, suffering and financial hardship have been published today by the Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman.
A clinical commissioning croup has spent more than £1m developing and tendering one of the most high profile service restructures in the NHS.
Some failing NHS hospitals are “in denial” about the inadequate care and services offered for patients, a top medical watchdog has said.
The five year strategy being developed by NHS England will set out ‘a range of care models’ aimed at putting the service on a sustainable financial footing, it has said.
A former lead governer of the trust recommended for special measures last week has accused its senior management of repeatedly brushing aside his and fellow governors’ concerns
East Kent Hospitals University Foundation Trust
Senior MPs and activists to pressure Liberal Democrat leader to support the repeal of the government’s NHS reforms at party conference.
In an article for HSJ, Rob Webster says the debate about NHS finances has to shift to how money is spent if the service is to be sustainable. Plus the rest of todays news and comment
COMMERCIAL: A West Midlands trust has agreed a package of support for the financially troubled George Eliot Hospital Trust, months after its bid to take over the organisation was scuppered.
STRUCTURE: Heart of England Foundation Trust will consult on controversial proposals to reshape surgical services across its three main hospitals.
Outsourcing giant Serco has announced plans to withdraw from the clinical health services market in the UK after making a multimillion pound loss on its NHS contracts.
FINANCE: Liverpool Clinical Commissioning Group has launched an investigation into a “significant increase” in the cost of accident and emergency at one of the city’s major hospitals.
Areas with the worst survival rates for cancer have been named and shamed by a charity after it said there is an “inexcusable” postcode lottery of care across England.
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