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  • News

    Exclusive: 'Crash' in EU nurses working in UK since Brexit referendum


    New data shows “crash” in the number of EU nurses registering to work in UK Professor Jim Buchan warns the situation is the worst for 20 years Fall in recruitment of nursing staff after Brexit could exacerbate existing workforce shortage There has been a “crash” in the number of European nurses

  • Theresa may

    Article 50: Theresa May warned to safeguard NHS workforce


    Coalition of health and social care organisations call for new post-Brexit immigration policy NHS Employers chief executive says government “must take all possible measures” to safeguard workforce supply Cavendish Coalition says policy should be based on workers’ “public service value” rather than

  • Alice murray

    The American Healthcare Act decoded


    Alice Murray and Saira Ghafur on the changes that the American Healthcare Act seeks to bring in US healthcare

  • scanner

    Private provider to rent space from NHS trust for 25 years


    £38m dedicated cancer unit will occupy top four floors of Guy’s and St Thomas’ new cancer centre Negotiations underway to offer NHS patients access to private robotics theatre American hospital firm to rent the facilities on a 25 year lease A major teaching trust in London is leasing the top four

  • Globe

    Trusts face fines over checking patients' credentials


    The Department of Health is considering new rules to enable commissioners to fine acute providers if they fail to check whether a patient is from overseas and eligible or not for free NHS care.

  • Michael White

    Trade deals with Trump could give the NHS a heart attack


    Labour must come to terms with the gains of the Blair years, while the Tories must be wary of the dangers of Uncle Sam

  • Theresa may

    Revealed: Theresa May's clash with NHS over immigrants' data


    Kingsley Manning says NHS Digital battled with the Home Office over sharing patient data repeatedly between 2013 and 2016 Former chair says while Theresa May was home secretary he was put under pressure to share data despite his legal concerns New agreement allows for data to be shared to help

  • Tracey Batten
    HSJ Local

    Chief executive to leave teaching trust


    The chief executive of Imperial College Healthcare Trust is leaving the organisation.

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    HSJ Local

    Successful scheme to keep high risk patients out of hospital extended


    CCG hopes to expand project to reduce high risk patients’ need to go to hospital across STP area Vale of York CCG running a trial with Swedish firm Health Navigator to provide “proactive health coaching” to most at risk patients Two year, £600,000 contract is expected to ...

  • Ara Darzi

    This is how we get the measure of patient safety


    We must continue seeking the most effective set of indicators if we are to obtain a more accurate picture of patient safety, writes Lord Ara Darzi

  • Julie hartley jones
    HSJ Local

    Trust chief executive quits before taking up post


    Incoming chief executive Julie Hartley-Jones quits Royal Devon and Exeter Foundation Trust before taking up the post Withdrawal follows criticism of appointment after it emerged that Australian hospital she ran is forecasting an $80m deficit Long running Royal Devon and Exeter chief executive

  • Europe flags

    Hospitals demand clarity over future of EU staff


    Specialist hospitals have called for the government to clarify the rights of EU nationals to remain working in health and social care in the UK.

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    HSJ Local

    Home Office 'very keen' for patients to prove right to NHS care


    Trust proposes compulsory requirement that maternity patients prove their right to NHS care Revised national guidance “is likely to advocate routine presentation of proof of identity and eligibility” Board papers suggest new legislation will “incorporate charging for A E and ambulance services” if patients have no proof ...

  • Operation

    NHS needs 3.5 per cent annual funding increase, economists predict


    OBR projections suggest UK health services would require a greater proportion of GDP spent on public healthcare Projections assume policy remains unchanged but take account of rising costs and population changes Projection would require an additional £40bn by 2030 to be found through extra

  • Lecture hall

    Universities plan for 'devo Manc' medical school


    Three universities are jointly examining plans born out of the Greater Manchester devolution project to train more health workers and set up an independent international medical school.

  • Simon Stevens

    Stevens calls for new NHS 'investment fund'


    Simon Stevens urges new government to take advantage of record low borrowing costs to set up NHS “investment fund” NHS England chief warns it is an “open question” whether current capital will be enough to cover basic maintenance Brexit campaign’s “£350m” bus “should be impounded as ‘exhibit A’”,

  • Exchange rates

    Brexit: Fall in the pound could create extra £900m bill for NHS


    Brexit could create extra £900m bill for the NHS as suppliers hike prices to protect themselves against slump in the pound Most NHS organisations buy products in the pound but at least half of goods originate outside the UK Procurement expert says NHS must take action to deliver the additional

  • Elisabetta Zanon

    Brexit: which way forward for the NHS?


    Healthcare in England will be heavily influenced by the type of agreements the UK government can strike with other countries

  • Hospital staff

    HSJ launches award to celebrate NHS’s European staff


    The contribution to the NHS by staff from elsewhere in the EU will be honoured by a new category in the 2016 HSJ Awards.

  • Boris Johnson

    Brexit: How the political fallout will affect the NHS


    HSJ considers how the political fallout from the vote to leave the European Union will effect the NHS in the next few months and beyond.