The latest report from Vanguard, Assessing the current state of play of CDC delivery across England, 2021, provides much needed clarity on the current status of CDC rollout and identifies where more support is required to achieve regional equality in healthcare provision.
Service will provide crucial transportation to community hospitals and ophthalmology appointments to avoid treatment delays.
Experts and system leaders, speaking at the Annual Conference for Healthcare and Life Sciences on Monday, stressed that Integrated Care Systems have the potential to redefine place-based care.
While gender and sexual identities continue to be decriminalised and more understood across the world, the health sector is taking a while to catch up. Dr Alison Berner is leading a coalition of clinicians and charities committed to improving the care needs of LGBTQ+ patients with cancer.
As the government announces plans to invest £12 billion a year for the next three years across the NHS and social care sectors, significant action can be taken to confront the elective care crisis while addressing widening disparities in care outcomes across the country.
The Royal College of Surgeons of England has put forward a new proposition for elective care in the UK. Its suggested reforms could help chart a course out of the ominous backlogs currently facing the NHS. RCS President Professor Neil Mortensen spoke with David Duffy on the crisis facing UK elective
New data from Engage Britain shows that the NHS makes Brits “proud to be British” but also reveals millions face being forced to go private, fight for treatment or feeling dismissed by doctors.
On 7 September, Boris Johnson announced a new UK wide health and social care tax is to be introduced to pay for social care reform and NHS funding in England.
The role the private healthcare sector plays in supporting NHS recovery and renewal following Covid-19 has taken on profound importance.
Will the promise of data to enhance patient outcomes and help the NHS through Covid-19 recovery come true?
Pandemic disruption has meant waiting lists for lifesaving heart diagnosis and treatment could more than double within two years to over 550,000 in England, a new report from the British Heart Foundation (BHF) has warned.
Disparities in the growth of waiting lists due to the pandemic highlight the importance of addressing unmet needs among certain populations.