The prime minister will today promise a Conservative government would give everyone access to a GP seven days a week by 2020, while announcing all patients will have a ‘named GP’ from April next year.
Every general practice will be required to publish the average earnings of their GPs as part of the new contract announced today.
Trusts in London and Merseyside have ended their contracts with Capita for human resources and pay services
The rapid increase in registered nurses employed in the NHS has stopped, with numbers now falling for the first time this year
Health Education England plans to spend almost £5m to attract thousands of nurses back into the NHS, HSJ can reveal.
The NHS Confederation has questioned the legitimacy of next month’s planned NHS strike after it emerged that just 16 per cent of Unison members took part in the vote.
Almost one in 10 trust boards does not have a permanent finance director amid one of the biggest ever NHS funding squeezes, HSJ analysis has revealed.
HSJ can reveal the 12 area teams that will be created as part of NHS England’s upcoming major restructure.
EXCLUSIVE: A Labour government would ‘not mandate’ organisational change to drive through its plans for a fully integrated national health and care service, Andy Burnham has told HSJ
Labour would have to address a shortage of funding to universities if it were to deliver on its pledge for 36,000 extra NHS staff if it formed a government, HSJ has been told
Labour party leader Ed Miliband today announced it would introduce a “£2.5bn NHS Time to Care Fund”, increasing health service funding at a greater rate than at present, if he formed a government next year.
Some NHS organisations are using a ‘fundamentally wrong definition’ of whistleblowers when dealing with staff who raise concerns, according to a study of cases submitted to the government’s review of the issue.
The NHS Trust Development Authority has launched a strategy to support NHS trusts with their communication activities.
The NHS could be hit by strike action as soon as next month after a majority of Unison members voted in favour of industrial action over pay.
HSJ has published a celebration of LGBT healthcare leaders and staff who are working to promote inclusion and lead by example with their work
NHS England has delayed a consultation with staff on a planned large reduction in posts and structural reorganisation, following feedback from staff, it has said.
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