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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...

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...
David Hare looks at the NHS Long Term Plan

Spotlight on STPs

As the Health Select Committee resumes its inquiry into STPs, independent providers call for a more inclusive approach to local plans By David Hare, CEO...
David Hare looks at the NHS Long Term Plan

Party season

After a tumultuous year in British politics, is healthcare moving back up the agenda? Party conferences are a useful opportunity to understand the state of...