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  • Alastair McLellan

    Four reasons why a 2017 general election could be good news for the NHS


    Viewed over a three to five-year timeframe, the decision by Theresa May to call a snap election on 8 June could prove to be a net positive for the NHS.

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    What does the 2017 general election mean for the NHS?


    Yet more delay and frustration of change is the main immediate consequence for the NHS of the general election announced by Theresa May this morning.

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    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 salary A coalition ...

  • European Parliament

    Brexit: What does article 50 mean for the NHS?


    Theresa May is expected to write to EU leaders today to trigger article 50 of the Lisbon treaty – and begin the process of removing the UK from the European Union.

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    NHS England asked to investigate CCG pay rises


    Theresa May said health secretary Jeremy Hunt has asked NHS England to look at pay increases for non-executives at Liverpool CCG Rosie Cooper MP has raised concerns over “shocking pay increases” Salary rises came after increase in working days NHS England has been asked to ...

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    NHS mandate months late after tensions with government


    The annual NHS mandate is being published months later than usual, following disagreement between the government and NHS England over the service’s progress and accountability.

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    HSJ Live 08.03.17: Chancellor announces STP, social care and A&E funds


    Chancellor Philip Hammond’s first budget and what it means for the NHS and social care

  • Meg hillier mp

    Stevens and PM warned over 'bickering’ about funding


    NHS England and Number 10 told by public accounts committee to grow up and work together Repeated ‘crisis driven’ capital raids could have dire consequences, say MPs MPs warn current ’sticking-plaster approach is not sustainable’ Local NHS organisations could be being asked to deliver unrealistic plans, ...

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    Exclusive: Trust chiefs must sign off CCG mental health spending


    Mental health trust leaders must sign off their commissioners’ spending plans, NHS England says Letter to chief executives stresses national and political focus on mental health Mental health trust leaders must sign off their commissioners’ spending for the sector under radical new plans to make sure ...

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    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 ...

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    Exclusive: David Dalton warns social care crisis will 'compromise' patient care


    Sir David Dalton says A E crisis is caused by delayed transfers of care and a new social care funding model is “urgently required” Despite interest from new cabinet office team, Sir David says integrating health and social care funding will not solve crisis Financial and care ...

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    Illegal immigrants traced using NHS patient information


    Agreement between Home Office and NHS Digital to trace illegal immigrants Home Office says requests for confidential patient information is in the public interest Deal signed in November came into effect from 1 January 2017 Confidential NHS patient information is being shared with the Home ...

  • Rob Behrens

    MPs approve new head of NHS watchdog


    New health service ombudsman approved by MPs after joint hearings last week Rob Behrens is currently head of the Office of the Independent Adjudicator in Higher Education Mr Behrens will replace Dame Julie Mellor who resigned last year The new parliamentary and health service ombudsman ...

  • Alastair mclellan

    Simon Stevens will not resign – yet


    It is likely that Number 10 did not choose to go to war with NHS England chief executive Simon Stevens over NHS funding. But they have had numerous warnings to avoid their “NHS has had more money than it asked for” line and have also continued to privately badmouth Mr ...

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    Karin Smyth: Getting behind the NHS headlines


    Karin Smyth MP reflects on the way ahead following the Commons public accounts committee’s inquiry into the financial sustainability of the NHS

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    Simon Stevens hits back after apparent criticism from Number 10


    NHS England chief executive gave evidence to MPs’ committee following a report in The Times that suggested senior aides to the prime minister were briefing against him Simon Stevens says: “I think it would be stretching it to say the NHS has got more than it asked for” ...

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    Catch up: NHS England chief faces MPs' questions


    Live coverage of the Commons public accounts committee hearing on NHS finances

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    Exclusive: Prime minister launches review of care and integration policy


    The prime minister has begun a review of policy on social care funding, delivery and integration with health, amid huge concern about failure in the sector, HSJ has learned.

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    Prime minister reveals new mental health commitments


    Prime minister Theresa May expected to announce a raft of new mental health policies today New measures include mental health first aid training for secondary schools, review into improving mental health in the workplace and extra £15m for expanding community services Mrs May is speaking at the ...

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    Round-up: 10 stories you may have missed over Christmas


    Catch up on the key stories you might not have seen over the Christmas and new year break.