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NHS England has U-turned on a decision to stop paying for HIV drugs provided by local authority commissioned services.
The Commissioner: Five messages from CCG leadersSubscription
What NHS England isn’t telling you, and more indispensable weekly insight for commissioners, by Dave West
NHS England has appointed another leading provider chief executive to a national role – to lead the transformation of maternity services.
Take home pay for hundreds of the most senior managers in national bodies has fallen by 23 per cent in real terms over four years, it has emerged.
Prevention is the only cure for the NHSSubscription
The population’s inactivity problem is being addressed by some decisive action from NHS England and CCGs
PATIENT SAFETY: The leadership of Southern Health Foundation Trust has shown “little evidence” of being proactive in identifying and addressing risks to patients, according to the Care Quality Commission.
NHS providers have been told to prepare for indefinite strike action by junior doctors in a letter to the service from NHS England and NHS Improvement on Thursday afternoon.
NHS England has pushed ahead with its plans to cut the number of clinical reference groups, despite warnings from patient groups that the move would reduce the specialist knowledge the NHS has on rare conditions.
Surrey CCGs braced for deficits over £20mSubscription
FINANCE: Two Surrey clinical commissioning groups are set to end the 2015-16 financial year with deficits totalling over £50m.
New guidance on how to handle the sudden closure of hospitals due to serious quality or safety concerns is being drawn up by NHS England.