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Target times for ambulances could be more than doubled for some patients

22/12/2014Target times for ambulances could be more than doubled for some patients

Target times for ambulances to reach some seriously ill patients could be lengthened, according to a leaked NHS document. The document, drawn up by the Association of Ambulance Chief Executi... more >
NHS staff plan two further strikes for the new year

19/12/2014NHS staff plan two further strikes for the new year

NHS staff in England are set to take part in another round of strikes in the new year as trade unions escalate the level of industrial action in their pay dispute with the government. The an... more >
HEE approves more nursing course placements

17/12/2014HEE approves more nursing course placements

The number of places on nursing courses is to increase for the second year in a row.  The Royal College of Nursing (RCN) said this is a “step in the right direction” but sai... more >
NHS England looking for health economies to pioneer Forward View

22/12/2014NHS England looking for health economies to pioneer Forward View

Health economies looking to pioneer new model... more >
Target times for ambulances could be more than doubled for some patients

22/12/2014Target times for ambulances could be more than doubled for some patients

Target times for ambulances to reach some ser... more >
NHS launches 11 new centres to lead genomics project

22/12/2014NHS launches 11 new centres to lead genomics project

NHS England has today named the Genomic Medic... more >
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Digital Health Assembly: Open Innovation Conference 2015

10 Feb 2015

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HFMA Annual Conference

03/12/2014 - 05/12/2014

This year's annual conference - the most important event in NHS finance - takes its title from the president's theme, ‘Leading by Numbers’. During the three days, you will have the opportunity to hear from some of the most prominent figures in the NHS along with key policy makers, politicians, clinicians and professional and technical experts.

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HFMA Annual Conference

03/12/2014 - 05/12/2014

This year's annual conference - the most important event in NHS finance - takes its title from the president's theme, ‘Leading by Numbers’. During the three days, you will have the opportunity to hear from some of the most prominent figures in the NHS along with key policy makers, politicians, clinicians and professional and technical experts.

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HFMA Annual Conference

03/12/2014 - 05/12/2014

This year's annual conference - the most important event in NHS finance - takes its title from the president's theme, ‘Leading by Numbers’. During the three days, you will have the opportunity to hear from some of the most prominent figures in the NHS along with key policy makers, politicians, clinicians and professional and technical experts.

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Empowering allied health professionals to transform health and care services

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Royal college commitment to integrated care

17/12/2014Royal college commitment to integrated care

A joint statement by the Royal College of Physicians (RCP) and the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) has set out their “values, vision and commitment” in working together at a national level to promote person-centred care, integrated care and collaboration.  En... more >
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Thirty-two CCGs – one voice

14/11/2014Thirty-two CCGs – one voice

GP Dr Marc Rowland, who chairs Lewisham CCG, ... more >
Bridging the divide between primary and secondary care

14/11/2014Bridging the divide between primary and secondary care

Chris Hopson, chief executive of the Foundati... more >
NMC: ‘Unbelievably disappointed’ at lack of desperately-needed legislative change

14/11/2014NMC: ‘Unbelievably disappointed’ at lack of desperately-needed legislative change

Jackie Smith, chief executive and registrar a... more >
Procurement champion: NHS trusts should know what good prices look like

14/11/2014Procurement champion: NHS trusts should know what good prices look like

Lord Carter of Coles talks to NHE’s Dav... more >

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Mind the gap: the NHS funding question

14/11/2014Mind the gap: the NHS funding question

Dr Janet Harrison, director of MSc Healthcare... more >
Integrated care – from whose perspective?

14/11/2014Integrated care – from whose perspective?

Integrated care is heralded as the way forwar... more >
Shared responsibility and shared reward

14/11/2014Shared responsibility and shared reward

Sir Charlie Mayfield, chair of the John Lewis... more >

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14/11/2014Breaking down barriers

The commissioning landscape continues to change, with the latest announcements showing that NHS England got some of its initial decisions on organisational structure wrong – or, more charitably, that it has more confidence now in the ability of CCGs (most of them, at least) to take on new responsibilities and to handle conflicts of interest. The current fragmented picture never made much long-term sense, and most welcome the coming changes. Primary care co-commissioning and... read more >

last word

A plan for the NHS that must be transformational

A plan for the NHS that must be transformational

Steve Fairman, managing director at NHS Improving Quality, sets out his view on Simon Stevens’ important Five-Year Forward View document. Five-Year Forward View, the new vision for the NHS in England, is a breath of fresh air compared... more > more last word articles >