A report has found that the majority of ICS and STP leaders support widespread new powers for systems in the aftermath of the coronavirus pandemic.
Public Health England’s Couch to 5k app has been adopted by hundreds of thousands of people seeking to get in shape during lockdown.
The government is facing rising calls for a robust and independent lessons-learned exercise into the handling of coronavirus.
725,000 fewer people were admitted to English hospitals for non-urgent treatment in March and April than would normally be the case.
NHS patients in England will be some of the first people in Europe to benefit from a new treatment for cystic fibrosis.
A new NHS Providers report has highlighted the scale of the challenge ahead as the NHS recovers from the first peak of the virus.
The government has been urged to change its approach to coronavirus testing before it is too late.
The NHS must not be allowed to ‘slip back’ to poor workplace culture, bullying and inappropriate behaviour as it emerges from the current crisis.
Vital community health services risk being tangled in bureaucratic contracts and face serious cuts unless the government steps in.
Matt Hancock has confirmed that Leicester will undergo the UK's first full local lockdown with stricter measures imposed in the city.
NHS staff have been praised for providing vital tests and treatment to tens of thousands of cancer patients during the coronavirus pandemic.
Doctors have said that people who were seriously ill in hospital with coronavirus need to be urgently screened for post-traumatic stress disorder.
The Ministry of Defence has announced that the number of mobile coronavirus testing units in the UK will more than double in the coming weeks.
Dr Rosena Allin-Khan says that a Care for Carers package is needed to support the mental health of three million NHS and care staff.
The NHS is rolling out additional support for pregnant BAME women, given heightened risks facing women from minority groups.
IPPR says that a further spread of innovation could save the our healthcare services an estimated £10 billion per year.
One third of surgeons have been unable to re-start surgery because of lack of access to fast coronavirus tests for patients.
The Health and Care LGBTQ+ Leaders Network will ensure members of the LGBTQ+ community work in an inclusive environment where they can thrive.
Two billion items of PPE have now been delivered to the frontline since the start of the coronavirus outbreak.
Over two-thirds of BAME pharmacists and pre-reg pharmacists have still not yet had access to potentially lifesaving coronavirus risk assessments.