Workplaces must keep pace with changing services and the growing older generation, Carers UK has said.
Managing financial pressures while also meeting the needs of an older population will be the NHS' biggest challenge over the next decade, its leaders have said.
The NHS confederation are "deeply concerned" about the distress today's industrial action will cause patients.
The NHS Confederation head has been calling for NHS public backing when it comes to long-term healthcare reform at today's annual conference.
The NHS confederation at a seminar series on reform has dubbed the changes "the biggest efficiency and productivity challenge in its history".
Young people will receive in-work benefits under the Universal Credit reform, the minister for welfare reform has said.
GPs have voted to end work capability assessment.
The Scottish BMA is concerned UK welfare reform legislation will lead to poorer health in Scotland.
Thousands on sickness benefits have been found fit to work and will receive no further support under welfare system reforms.
Royal assent has been given to the Legal Aid: Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act (LASPO) 2012, which removes legal aid from a series of welfare issues.
The government's controversial welfare reforms have received Royal Ascent and so been adopted into law.
Bereavement benefits need to be altered to better support those who have suffered the death of a loved one, government research has found.
The government could force people judged too sick or disabled to be employed to do unlimited unpaid work or risk losing their benefits.
Cirencester friendly has warned that the government's continued welfare reforms prove relying solely the State for support is a "fool's paradise" and urged the protection industry to push this point across.
The government looks set to force through its controversial welfare reforms without giving the House of Lords a chance to readdress the amendments it made.
Government ministers will aim to overturn the exclusion of means-testing of cancer patients receiving Employment and Support Allowance (ESA) as the coalition's government's Welfare Reform Bill moves back to the House of Commons.
Consumers increasingly appreciate the need for protection insurance when they are told about the limitations of state benefits, new research has found.
The government is seeking to cut half a million people from the disability benefits list when the Personal Independence Payment (PIP) is introduced.
Medical evidence used to decide claimants' eligibility for state benefits is frequently ‘seriously inaccurate', the Citizens' Advice Bureau (CAB) has revealed.
The government has suffered a significant setback in its welfare reform agenda after the House of Lords defeated three of the coalition's main proposals.
Jelf Employee Benefits has predicted an upturn in group risk consultations in 2012.
Disabled people living in residential care will continue to have their additional mobility needs met, the Government has announced.
The government seems likely to be forced into a u-turn over its decision to cut the mobility component of disability living allowance (DLA).
Better communication throughout the Employment Support Allowance (ESA) system and an audit of decision makers' rulings have been recommended by an independent review.