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IDF: Technical matters

Dr Neil Haughton, FRCGP, IDF President and GP at The Portobello Clinic, looks at the future of general practice in the digital age I am...

Clinical negligence claims – is no-fault compensation the answer?

The amounts paid out in NHS claims is exceeding its ability to pay, but Dr Michael Devlin, head of professional standards and liaison at...

Busy year for independent healthcare

AIHO CEO Fiona Booth sets out the major challenges and events that could impact on the healthcare industry in 2018 With 2017 already a distant...

Waiting patiently

  Independent consultant Richard Gregory looks at cultural blocks to growing self pay and what it is that prevents hospitals from treating patients as customers     The...

Recovery time

The Elective Recovery Plan could mark the start in a new chapter of independent sector support for the NHS but clear action will be...

Supporting role

A new Health Secretary and a new pot of funding for the NHS will inevitably bring about change so how can the independent sector...

Spend, spend, spend

Tim Read, director, UK and Europe Advisory Services at Marwood Group, looks at how the health service fared in the Chancellor’s latest Spending Review The...

IHPN: Moving the dial on diagnostics

IHPN looks at how the independent sector can help boost early diagnosis One of the NHS Long Term Plan is most ambitious commitments is...

Testing your mettle: Community Diagnostic Hubs

As the elective backlog continues to mount, Community Diagnostics Hubs are ushering in a new dawn for partnerships between the independent sector and the...
David Hare looks at the NHS Long Term Plan

Planning ahead or muddling through?

‘Refreshed’ planning guidance may have helped ease the battle between the government and NHSE but will it deliver results for patients? The publication of the...