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Mackey hails ‘tremendous’ effort as trusts slash £1bn off agency staff bill

01/03/2017Mackey hails ‘tremendous’ effort as trusts slash £1bn off agency staff bill

Major agency controls across the health service have so far succeeded in saving £1bn since they were introduced in October 2015, latest NHS... more >
Major NHS ambition to shift to community care ‘elusive’ without extra cash

01/03/2017Major NHS ambition to shift to community care ‘elusive’ without extra cash

A report released today by the Nuffield Trust has revealed that STPs are working towards “undeliverable expectations”, warning that S... more >
Murphy steps down as Patients Association CEO

01/03/2017Murphy steps down as Patients Association CEO

The CEO of the Patients Association (PA) Katherine Murphy, who wrote for the most recent issue of NHE, is set to relinquish her role after nine y... more >
Stevens confirms up to 10 STPs will be ACOs in string of major revelations

01/03/2017Stevens confirms up to 10 STPs will be ACOs in string of major revelations

The leads of England’s 44 STPs, who are due to be formally appointed soon, will be given a range of governance rights over the organisation... more >
STPs ‘nowhere near concrete’ solution to prevent NHS deterioration

28/02/2017STPs ‘nowhere near concrete’ solution to prevent NHS deterioration

Findings from a major analysis of government spending on public services has described STPs as “nowhere near the concrete plans” need... more >
Brexit could see rare disease patients pushed ‘to the back of the queue’ for care

28/02/2017Brexit could see rare disease patients pushed ‘to the back of the queue’ for care

Patients suffering from rare diseases could find themselves pushed to the “back of the queue” for treatment if the UK is removed from... more >