Tuesday, February 18, 2020
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Money talks

As the NHS receives a £20bn injection for its 70th birthday, Ben Howlett asks if it is really enough to ensure future sustainability Calls by...

Working together

As the NHS celebrates its 70th Birthday, a new report from NHSPN showcases the way partnerships with the independent sector have delivered much-needed capacity...

The truth is out there

Transparency is the key to ensuring public trust in outsourced services, says Public Policy Projects director Ben Howlett This month has been quite unusual in...

Equal pay across the NHS – the impact

The announcement of pay rises of up to 29% for NHS staff has been broadly welcomed but the way funding is being allocated risks...
David Hare looks at the NHS Long Term Plan

The state of care

Despite the headlines, the CQC’s report on the independent sector revealed there is much to be proud of but that doesn’t mean the sector...

From Salisbury to social media

With MPs off on their Easter break, April is traditionally a quiet time in the corridors of power but this year was quite the...

NHS pay rise: an end to austerity?

PPP director Ben Howlett discusses the newly announced pay increases for NHS staff Westminster was set abuzz this week with news that for the first...

Harley Street therapy service goes online

In a growing market of online health services, the benefits that technology can bring to the healthcare sector have been embraced by consumers and...

Cygnet to open two step-down services

Two community-based step-down services are to open at specialist rehabilitation service Cygnet Sherwood Lodge in Mansfield. Sherwood Lodge is a 17-bed rehabilitation service for men...
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...