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Trust to pay fees for EU staff to settle after Brexit

The Isle of Wight NHS Trust is set to pay the government fees for their EU staff who wish to remain settled in the UK post-Brexit.

Pharmacists warn of a 'surge' in medicines shortage

There has been a rise in the number of drugs on the ‘shortage of supply’ list for England, alongside 'price spikes’.

Surrey and Sussex rated as Outstanding by CQC

Patient care at Surrey and Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust has been rated Outstanding and awarded the highest rating by the CQC.

The National Audit Office (NAO) has warned that some hospitals are currently overspending by as much as £141 million each year as a result of underfunding, staff shortages and demand for care.  In its annual report on the financial sustainability of the NHS, the NAO concludes that the existence of substantial deficits in some parts of the system, offset by surpluses elsewhere coupled with growing waiting lists and year-on-year increases in waiting times, does not paint a picture that is sustainable.  Follow

The NAO has warned that some hospitals are currently overspending by as much as £141 million each year.

Survival rates for young cancer patients improving

Survival rates for teenagers and young adults with cancer in England are improving, particularly for those with leukaemia and bone cancer.

Long term support for race equality in NHS

NHS England has committed £1 million of annual funding to improve the experience of black and minority ethnic workers in the NHS.

 Health Business Features

Every infection prevented helps us combat AMR

Infection prevention must be the cornerstone of our approach to tackling antimicrobial resistance, says Pat Cattini

The top read HB features of 2018

2019 is set to be another transformative and difficult year for the NHS. Here, we look back on the most popular features from HB this year

How well has Matt Hancock done as Health Secretary?

Matt Hancock made it very clear that advancing technology within the NHS would be his main priority as Health Secretary. What progress is he making?

Hitting the brakes on traffic-related air pollutionwww.nice.org.uk/guidance/ng70

Gillian Leng discusses the dangerous impact that air pollution is having on our nation’s health and the role that NICE is playing in the fight against it

A prognosis for health finances

Dr Eleanor Roy says that the time to take a more stable and sustainable approach to funding the health and care system is now

Mobile apps and the future of patient care

Is the NHS sector ready for apps? Adam Stone explains how mobile applications can play a part in a better hospital experience for all

 Health Sector Events

18/09/2019 to 19/09/2019

You are invited to this unique annual exhibition that brings together all the disciplines from the emergency services sector who are involved in prevention, response and recovery. 


Event Diary

You are invited to this unique annual exhibition that brings together all the disciplines from the emergency services sector who are involved in prevention, response and recovery.