The number of people with diabetes in the UK is now more than 3.2 million, with last year seeing the biggest jump in cases since 2008.
Full transcript of Baroness Young’s row with the health secretary
A former Conservative MP and acute trust chair has been named as the government’s preferred candidate to chair the Care Quality Commission.
National charities are expecting to become major suppliers of commissioning support in the restructured NHS, HSJ has learnt.
The structure of the NHS Commissioning Board is an “act of total folly”, a leading charity chief has told HSJ.
The Care Quality Commission is planning to inspect each NHS trust at least once a year, in a significant shift away from “risk based” regulation.
The former chair of the Care Quality Commission vowed never to work for government again after her experience at the regulator, the Mid Staffordshire Public Inquiry has heard.
Former chair of the Care Quality Commission Dame Barbara Young has been appointed chief executive of the charity Diabetes UK.
Prospective Care Quality Commission chair Dame Jo Williams faced a barrage of questions regarding the regulator’s weaknesses from MPs in a pre-appointment grilling last week.
Only 16 per cent of the Care Quality Commission’s employees think it is well managed, internal staff survey results leaked to HSJ reveal.
NHS East of England chief executive Sir Neil McKay has been brought in to “challenge” the Care Quality Commission as it prepares to register every trust by 1 April.
Attempts to find a successor for Monitor executive chair Bill Moyes have stalled, leaving both major NHS regulators without a permanent chair.
Baroness Barbara Young has quit her position as Care Quality Commission chair, HSJ has learned.
The Care Quality Commission has some “tricky decisions” ahead on using its powers to shut down failing services, its chair has admitted.
NHS organisations are preparing to have to shave a third off their running costs if the Conservatives take power next year.
Many mental health patients in England are being let down on central aspects of hospital care, a survey by the Care Quality Commission has revealed.
People in the poorest areas of Britain suffer from lower standards of NHS primary care, according to a Care Quality Commission (CQC) report.
The Care Quality Commission has been accused of ducking its responsibilities on sustainable development.
A chief executive at a trust that “tolerated poor and mediocre practices” and failed to properly investigate serious incidents has been given a job at NHS London.