Opinion and Debate
Finance chiefs are still trying to work out where the cash has gone
Examining the government’s Care and Support Bill
The inevitable result of soaring demand and dwindling resources
Examining Sir Bruce Keogh’s review of high mortality rates
The civil service is too remote from the reality of life and work in the health service
Monitor and NHS England must agree a new approach, says Chris Hopson
NHS staff deserve more support in their new roles, says Karen Lynas
NHS England must allow open reporting and tough decisions
We will be rigorous proportionate and enforcing the rules
Lessons from innovators in the third sector
Catch up on our Twitter chat
What to do with illogical policy or unworkable budgets
The pitfalls of the Care Bill and health tourism
Avoiding the pitfalls of top-down reorganisation
Designing better systems and behaviours is crucial
Promoting and ensuring staff health and wellbeing is essential
The Number 10 policy adviser’s HSJ articles
What would a Farage-led government mean for the NHS?
Why we need 21st century “national health socialism”
Will the new regimes help trusts to avoid failure?
It is gratifying to discover that the NHS in Warrington continues to nurture bold and experimental approaches to the English language.
The government’s Care Bill “will give people peace of mind in hospital, care homes and their own homes”, trumpets the headline of a recent Department of Health press release.
End Game’s esteemed colleague CSU Cassander identifies some little known exemptions to the pesky Freedom of Information Act
New GP and manager partnership is a strength for commissioners
A number of broad themes emerge from the survey, stepping back from the detail. These include clinical commissioning groups’ desire for supportive relationships with the NHS England local area and regional teams, and the fear that politics could play an increasingly central role in shaping the NHS to the detriment of the service.