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NHS England performance a 'mixed picture'

How has NHS England performed during its first year?

Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt has described NHS England's performance as a 'mixed picture' in his annual assessment of the organisation, which covers the first full year since its establishment on 1 April 2013.

 

GP appointment waiting times increasing, warns royal college

Is there a looming crisis in GP services?

Patients are likely to be unable to make an appointment to see their family doctor or practice nurse within a week on more than 51m occasions during 2015, GPs have warned.

 

Resource launched to help ensure quality commissioning

How will Commissioning for quality: views from commissioners ensure high quality services are commissioned within the NHS?

The Commissioning Assembly's quality working group has produced an  online resource to support clinical commissioning groups commission high quality services.

 

NHS trusts flounder as private sector moves in

Can the private sector succeed where the NHS is failing?

The Department of Health's annual accounts for 2013/14 show that 65 hospital trusts overspent their budgets in the year, compared to 45 trusts in 2012/13. The 65 trusts overspent by a combined £767m, with 35 sharing £536m in non-repayable bailouts in order to prevent them going under.

 

Wales: Heart disease improving, but inequalities remain

What is the heart disease picture in Wales?

The number of people in Wales with heart disease is falling, but people in the poorest areas are making up a disproportionately high number of victims, the government has reported.

 

Four-year action plan on antibiotic resistance

Will antibiotic plan change prescribing behavior in Scotland?

The Scottish Government has published a four-year action plan to tackle antimicrobial resistance.

 

Scots are detecting cancer earlier

Does earlier cancer diagnosis widen treatment options?

Health Secretary Alex Neil has welcomed an increase in numbers of Scots diagnosed with cancer at the earliest possible stage, when it is easier to treat.

 
 

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