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Posts Tagged: healthcare
In some cases, patients will gain more choice over the GP they use – which is why this change should be only a start.
Charlotte Leslie: The case for hospital managers who risk patient safety paying a penalty themselves
Senior NHS Trust managers enjoy private sector salaries and pensions but none of the private sector risk. This must change.
How the deficit is to be reduced matters far, far more than how it is calculated.
Health is a key issue at local as well as national level, and 11 of these troubled institutions are in Conservative-held seats.
A new fortnightly diary from a candidate fighting a marginal seat next May.
Where we have talked but not yet dared to tread – using charging as a means to control high demand for GP services, for example – New Zealand has already implemented.
I guess modernisation is inevitable, but we really do need to reflect a little on the tradition we’ll lose.
Harry Saville: No, this new free trade deal won’t cause fire, flood, famine – or the collapse of the NHS
Behind the arguments that the left throws up against the Trans-Atlantic Trade and Investment Partnership is an anti-free trade, anti-liberalism, and anti-US agenda.
It will be both unfair and politically toxic if new funding allocated by the Chancellor is distributed by NHS England on a basis set out by the last Labour Government.
His recent statement on unwell children and medical attention is at odds with the recommendation to call your GP Surgery or NHS 111.
Just as Labour refused to accept the problems of poor care in England before, they stick their heads in the sand about poor care in Labour-controlled Wales today.
As a carer, I have seen how patients could be supported, families helped and money saved by keeping elderly and vulnerable people out of hospital.
Immigration 2) Douglas Hansen-Luke: Deportation figures, health payments, housing refusals. Let’s list our immigration results.
There are two immediate, costless and politically smart things we should be doing right now.
He has dropped from view because he seems to have achieved the improbable feat, for a Conservative, of promoting change without picking a fight with NHS staff.