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KIMS on the up as NHS e-referrals grow

Revenue at The Kent Institute of Medicine and Surgery (KIMS) surged by 39% to £22.8m in the year ended 30 April 2017 as the...

Assura making ‘good progress’

Primary care property investor Assura plc said today that it continues to make ‘good progress’ against a background of growing need for improved primary...

EMIS loses Welsh contract

Medical software provider EMIS Group has been told by NHS Wales that it has lost its contract to provide support for GP practices, ‘following...

CQC consultation on regulating private services

The Care Quality Commission (CQC) is asking for stakeholder's views on its plans to evolve its approach to regulating independent healthcare services in England...

Board changes at PHP

Alun Jones is to retire from the Board of Primary Health Properties (PHP) and as non-executive chairman of the primary healthcare facilities investor. Jones will...

Cygnet to open Picasso Ward

Cygnet Health Care is to open a mental health rehabilitation and recovery service for adult female service users at its hospital in Woking. The...

Aviva exits IPMI market to focus on UK health business

Aviva is withdrawing from the international PMI (IPMI) market to focus on its UK health and wellbeing business. The move follows a strategic review, which...
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...
Fertility experts urge IVF clinics to share success rates

NMC looks to enter UK fertility market

One of the Gulf’s leading hospital providers, London-listed NMC Health, has said it wants to expand its fertility business in the UK. In his first...

Is London losing out?

Ted Townsend, author of LaingBuisson’s Private Acute Healthcare in central London publication, reports on the Independent Doctors Federation’s inaugural London Healthcare Conference where one...