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The head of the NHS in England Sir David Nicholson is stepping down from the post next year.
NHS England has moved to reassure doctors and patients that the NHS 111 service is performing well and that patients are receiving a good service in spite of a survey by GPs.
The "already bleak outlook" for social care funding is expected to become "even bleaker", according to a survey on social care budgets.
The NHS is turning its attention to apps. The health-care app market has exploded in recent years, as patients look to their computers, tablets and smartphones to help them with queries
The most far-reaching and comprehensive leadership development portfolio the NHS has ever developed launches today.
The Technology Strategy Board is offering funding of up to £144,000 through a new IC tomorrow ‘Clinical Excellence’ competition, in association with the British Medical Journal (BMJ).
Health secretary Jeremy Hunt has admitted the NHS procurement process for IT is weighted towards large technology providers, but asked smaller businesses to "hang on in there" for contracts.
David Cameron has rebuffed opposition from the Royal College of Nursing (RCN) and defended plans to make student nurses work as health care assistants in the first year of their training.
As MPs are set to review the future of the NHS 111 non emergency hotline*, a poll by Doctors.net.uk shows 70% of doctors think the service should be scrapped.
Patients at NHS hospitals are being deprived of vital care as nursing staff are being forced to spend a considerable part of the time on paperwork.
NHS England has published Putting Patients First, its business plan for 2013/14-2015/16, It includes an 11-point scorecard for measuring key priorities.
Health minister Dr Daniel Poulter says the NHS is clamping down on excessive spending on agency doctors
Hospitals face being downsized or closed because half of their services could be better provided elsewhere, doctors claim.
Nurses will have to spend up to a year helping patients eat, wash and get dressed, work usually done by healthcare assistants, under government plans to shake up NHS care.
A new search engine has been developed that aims to stop doctors needing to trawl through Google when they are trying to diagnose rare diseases.
Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt has hit out at ‘coasting’ NHS hospitals, warning that complacency and mediocre care can lead to increased fatalities.
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