Hospital trusts along the Welsh border are at risk of losing millions of pounds this year, as a cross-border dispute over tariffs drags on.
NHS Improvement has announced Aidan Fowler will be England’s new national patient safety director.
Safe staffing laws should be introduced across the whole of the UK and in all health and care settings, nurses have urged as they committed to lobby government more on the issue.
One of England’s largest specialist providers is to take a stricter approach to accepting patients from Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, after struggling to secure payments from commissioners.
Technology giant IBM is to be the supplier of the electronic staff record system covering 1.4 million NHS staff in England and Wales.
The winners of the 2014 HSJ Awards have been revealed at a ceremony in central London
Elected health commissioners would be introduced to the Welsh NHS under a Conservative administration.
A gynaecologist who was unfit to work defrauded the NHS out of tens of thousands of pounds, a jury has heard.
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 whistleblowing nurse has been awarded £80,000 by an employment tribunal that found she was unfairly dismissed after raising patient safety concerns
People in Wales are being urged to take responsibility for their health, rather than relying on the NHS.
The performance divide between the NHS in England and the rest of the UK has narrowed in recent years despite diverse policies in each country, a wide-ranging report found.
The outgoing chief executive of NHS Wales has defended the service’s performance in the country under his watch as he prepares to return to a leadership position within the English health service.
PERFORMANCE: An English acute trust near the Welsh border has blamed two Welsh health boards for creating an “administrative burden” which has led it to stop carrying out non-specialist procedures on patients from their area.
Pressure is increasing on hospital accident and emergency departments in England because of care failures in Wales, the health secretary has said.
There are “striking” geographical variations in the numbers of people who donate kidneys after they die, a study has found.
Health chiefs are being urged to publish the results of an inquiry which caused a top flight liver surgeon to be banned from carrying out operations.
Health chiefs have suspended a specialist liver surgeon linked to the “avoidable deaths” of eight patients he operated on in south Wales.