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.
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.
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.