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Now Healthcare Group (NHG) has launched a primary healthcare and pharmacy digital health platform; Now NHS.
Legislation will be introduced to ensure that overseas visitors pay for the health treatment they receive in the UK, the 2016 Queen's Speech announced today.
The Department of Health announced a hike in NHS charges and voucher values in England from 1 April 2016, in parliament today.
Pregnant women should receive personal care budgets of up to £3,000 to have more control over maternity care, a review commissioned by NHS England has recommended.
The British Social Attitudes (BSA) survey for 2015 has reported the largest rise in dissatisfaction with the National Health Service in years, according to analysis from The King's Fund.
Benenden has launched Benenden Business Healthcare which offers a bespoke package of benefits designed to tackle long-term absenteeism.
Richard Walsh sees an opportunity to grow IPMI solutions in a ‘complex' UK health system
The Department of Health is consulting on charging overseas visitors and migrants using the NHS in England to A&E visits and ambulance services as well as some GP examinations.
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) has published its first national assessment of health and adult social care services, warning there is poor care being provided by some.
Richard Walsh makes the case for greater collaboration on group income protection
A report looking at health apps, for diabetes, asthma and the NHS' health apps library, has found problems with all of them.
The NHS Health Check programme is spending up to £450,000 per death avoided, which could be better spent, a report from the London School of Economics and University of Liverpool has said.
The NHS has met the majority of its cancer waiting targets, however it has missed two, figures for July 2015 have revealed.
South Kent Coast NHS clinical commissioning group (CCG) is to sign a contract allowing two France-based healthcare providers to treat patients across the Channel.
The NHS has proposed removing some drugs from the list of those funded by the Cancer Drugs Fund (CDF).
The four year crude survival rate for head and neck cancers varies by over 30% depending on the type of cancer, an audit has found.
UK employees are not doing enough to improve their health and wellbeing, with 20% of men and 15% of women not getting their "five-a-day."
Older cancer patients are no less likely to refuse treatment than younger patients, but are less likely to receive treatment, research from Macmillan has found.
Two think tanks have called for the NHS to have a transformation fund, at a cost of £9.4bn to help it improve efficiency and develop new models of care.
After the election 17% of people say its outcome has made them more likely to want private healthcare, a survey for Benenden has found.
Chancellor George Osborne has said 'our priority is the NHS' while confirming the NHS would receive £10bn a year more by 2020.
CS healthcare has revealed its ‘affordable healthcare' product, offering a level of coverage between relying on the NHS and a full Private Medical Insurance (PMI) product, called HealthBridge.
The private health sector is "a long way from where we should be" in terms of technology Peter Connor, managing director of Healthcode warned the Private Healthcare Summit.