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Income from private patient work carried out by NHS run units will grow by more than 5 per cent in each of the next three calendar years, researchers have predicted.
Unions representing locum doctors have threatened to seek a judicial review against NHS Improvement claiming the NHS is continuing to wrongly apply new tax rules.
People in Hertfordshire who smoke or are obese face indefinite waits for routine surgery unless they quit smoking or lose weight, commissioners have decided as they try to save £68m this financial year.
Ministers plan to give the Healthcare Safety Investigation Branch tough new powers including the ability to fine organisations and staff for failing to cooperate with its inquiries.
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Calderdale and Huddersfield Trust has confirmed plans that could see Calderdale Royal Hospital’s emergency department in Halifax “temporarily” closed at night and patients sent to Huddersfield Royal Infirmary instead.
The Competition and Markets Authority has said a merger of mental health providers would be anti-competitive unless one of the organisations’ hospitals is sold.
A new chair has been announced for a teaching hospital trust and its local mental health trust.
A partnership of mental health trusts is investing £3m a year into community provision as part of a pilot scheme to improve children and young people’s services.
A “landmark legal case” is set to be launched which could dramatically reduce the business rates paid by NHS trusts, according to a trust’s board papers.
An NHS developed app and website used by half a million patients has suspended its service after clinical assurance concerns were raised at NHS England.
Some of the country’s most vulnerable and troubled young people were able to significantly self-harm and were allegedly sexually assaulted despite being under “constant observation” at a regional psychiatric intensive care unit.
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Local government’s national representative has advised councils to “throw in the bin” warning letters over care delays, amid fresh warnings that relationships are being fractured by the funding row.
A second body representing NHS finance staff has described reports of senior managers feeling bullied into reporting unachievable numbers “disturbing”, but does not believe there is a “systematic” problem.
The Healthcare Safety Investigation Branch has launched its fourth investigation after being alerted to a patient’s death after they presented to hospital two weeks after surgery.
Efforts to cut delayed discharges to free up between 2,000 and 3,000 beds are being hampered by problems with the assessment process for long term care packages, a senior policy expert has warned.
A distressed health economy is redesigning its urgent care services with commissioners releasing a £125m contract to bring urgent out of hospital services together.
Standards of care for patients needing emergency bowel surgery vary considerably based on the time of day they have their operation, a new audit has revealed.