Nurse training places will increase for the second consecutive year, HSJ can reveal.
The NHS England chief executive has set out nine requirements that define a ‘multispecialty community provider’, one of the key care models in his vision for the future of the NHS.
The health secretary has called for a significant increase in community and primary care nursing posts as part of the drive to boost services outside of hospitals
GPs should begin talking about the new models of care in the NHS Five Year Forward View ‘very soon’, one of their leaders has said.
The NHS provider sector has plunged further into the red, the latest figures from Monitor and the NHS Trust Development Authority show
Next year’s Patient Safety Awards will provide the climax of the annual Patient Safety Congress, due to held in Birmingham on 7-8 July.
Two private firms have been shortlisted for a £280m ‘prime provider’ contract in East Staffordshire in a competition that has seen all NHS bidders squeezed out of the race.
Community trusts should play a key role in delivering the new range of care models outlined in the NHS Five Year Forward View, a key sector figure has said
Three NHS providers have been authorised as foundation trusts – the first time the status has been conferred in more than a year
Healthcare leaders in Birmingham are already seeking to establish the new models of care provision proposed in last week’s NHS Five Year Forward View, HSJ can reveal.
A major private provider of mental healthcare beds in the UK is planning a significant expansion into the sector’s community services market
The roles and responsibilities of non-medical NHS staff would be dramatically expanded under the five year forward view
Clinical commissioning groups in one area are on track to spend up to £10m more than expected
Hospital trusts should ensure adequate children’s community services are in place before closing in-patient units, a senior leader in paediatrics has warned
Croydon Clinical Commissioning Group has joined forces with its local authority to create a £1.7bn plan to change the way health and social care services for over 65-year-olds are commissioned.
A private provider of nursing services across Britain must pay the legal costs of a whistleblowing nurse, according to a tribunal that described the firm as ‘unreasonably hostile’.
A Labour government could put Monitor in charge of overseeing the financial sustainability of whole health economies, Andy Burnham has told HSJ
London lacks a ‘collective vision’ for improving mental health services, according to a new report by the King’s Fund which identifies systemic barriers to improving services in the capital.
More needs to be done to help poor women through pregnancy, experts have said, after new research found that they have a worse experience than better-off mothers-to-be.
There is dwindling interest among commissioners in using “any qualified provider” to increase competition and patient choice, an HSJ investigation has found
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