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Despite a challenging winter on the horizon, the NHS was barely mentioned in the Autumn Statement that sets out the government’s tax and spending plans for the year ahead.
Around 175,000 fewer older people could avoid being admitted to hospital if there was better community provision in place, according to a major new report.
The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) has published a new report outlining the potential issues and challenges in evaluating disease-modifying dementia treatments (DMDTs).
Every local authority across England to be allocated additional funding to improve drug and alcohol treatment and recovery services.
New General Medical Council (GMC) workforce report says flexible working will ultimately benefit both the wellbeing of individual doctors and the wider healthcare system long term.
Former barrister, Victoria Atkins has been appointed as the new secretary of state for health and social care, the fourth minister to take the position in two years.
A new report from the National Audit Office (NAO) says social care is still plagued by ongoing chronic workforce shortages, long waiting lists for care and fragile provider and local authority finances.
People from the most deprived areas in England are up to twice as likely to wait for more than a year for elective treatment as people who lived in the most affluent areas, according to a report from the King’s Fund.
New figures show the NHS waiting list has reached a new record high of 7.7 million people and 2.2 million people attended A&Es last month, making it the busiest October on record.
The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) has approved a hormone treatment as a preventative option for post-menopausal women who are at increased risk of breast cancer.
Nutrition and frailty are closely related as adequate dietary intake of certain key nutrients contributes to muscle strength and better health. This article is based on a recent PHT webinar.
New blood tests which could diagnose dementia more accurately than current methods could be available on the NHS within five years.