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PERFORMANCE: Thousands of patients at an east London hospital have had their clinic appointments put back after a series of clerical and computer errors.
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The rise in the use of social media has contributed to a doubling of complaints against doctors in five years, it has been reported.
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NHS England chief executive Simon Stevens will today announce a major programme extending the use of combined health and social care personal budgets.
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The Health and Social Care Information Centre has admitted it has no legal power to force private companies holding potentially sensitive patient data obtained from its predecessor body to delete the information.
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A decision on which hospitals will provide three cutting edge interventional cardiology treatments will not be made until September, 18 months after the NHS stopped funding them.
Trusts pinpointed as having a poor patient safety incident reporting culture on a new website have criticised the measure and its use of old data.
Efforts to develop more sophisticated approaches to commissioning, funding and comparing mental health services could be helped by a new online database.
Small hospitals should continue to play an “important role” in the NHS, Monitor has indicated after a new study found “no evidence” of poorer quality clinical performance when compared with larger providers.
The government body in charge of safeguarding patient information has ordered a significant number of trusts to delete a series of datafields.
Three of the seven trusts that were unable to provide waiting times data in time for its planned publication by NHS England last month linked the delay to the implementation of the Lorenzo electronic record system, a technology the Department of Health has paid trusts to adopt.
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