Nottingham Children’s Hospital has become the first children’s service in the UK to have electronic sepsis screening of its patients.
A survey has revealed that, despite not having adequate training or proper supervision, healthcare assistants are being expected to do the work of nurses.
BBC analysis of official figures has revealed that English hospitals have recruited managers at a higher rate than doctors and nurses.
Keeping donated livers alive in a normothermic perfusion machine prior to transplants increases the chances of a successful operation.
Two Cumbrian trusts have announced that they will begin sharing one joint public board meeting to work towards enhancing services.
The Dudley Group NHS Foundation Trust has been rated as Requires Improvement following inspections into five core services by the CQC.
Pregnant women and new mothers in a quarter of the UK still cannot access lifesaving specialist perinatal mental health services.
Patients need a mental health diagnosis to be useful and would prefer to be told their diagnosis face-to-face.
Just 15 out of 100 of the highest-paid consultants across Scotland's health boards are women, further emphasising the gender pay divide in healthcare.
MPs have criticised the NHS for its failure to establish new measures to improve cyber security nearly a year after the WannaCry ransomware attack.
85 per cent of health leaders believe that the long-term funding settlement recently announced by the Prime Minister should include both the NHS and social care.
East Cheshire NHS Trust has been rated Good overall by the Care Quality Commission for being caring, effective, responsive and well-led.
NHS trusts are shelling-out huge amounts of money on consultants who are advising trusts on the setting up of wholly owned subsidiaries.
Since the first robotic case in November 2017, the Royal London Hospital has now operated on one hundred patients using an innovative robot.
New figures published by UNISON have shown that physical assaults on NHS staff rose by nearly 10 per cent last year in England.
NHS Digital will partner the Open Data Institute in Leeds to form a collaboration seeking to promote innovation through the use of data.
Following the announcement of its national roll out, BMA Cymru Wales has warned of ‘emerging issues’ with Wales’ 111 service.
The CQC has found significant improvement in the quality of services for patients at Dorset Healthcare University NHS Foundation Trust.
A new report by the Health and Social Care Committee has raised concerns over NHS Digital’s ability to protect patient data.
NHS Improvement's new three year lean programme aims to improve ways of working