One in three people with a life-changing diagnosis of dementia fail to get the follow up NHS support they are supposed to.
NHS England is urging parents of young children with minor illnesses to take them to pharmacies rather than GPs or A&E.
NHS Providers has set out recommendations for NHS trusts to improve efficiencies reduce variation across clinical specialties.
A unique collaboration has seen 67 per cent of patients treated and discharged at home, avoiding the necessity of hospital visits.
Nearly 300,000 missed outpatient appointments at hospitals cost the Welsh NHS more than £36 million in 2016/17.
Barts Health NHS Trust has said that nearly 5,000 more people were seen and treated within four hours at Barts Health hospitals this January.
The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy has reported that vulnerable patients recovering from hip fracture are facing unacceptable variations in care.
NICE has invited biopharmaceutical company Tesaro to submit a proposal for including niraparib in the Cancer Drugs Fund.
The latest PHE report has showed that seasonal flu continues to circulate across the UK, but rates across most indicators remain stable.
Duncan Selbie has urged local authorities to ensure that all local residents eligible for a free NHS Health Check get an invite.
January was one of the most difficult months on record for A&E units in England with the four-hour A&E target missed for the 30th month in a row.
An independent inquiry has reported that Liverpool Community Health Trust was involved in ‘appalling instances of staff treatment’.
Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust is leading a project to enable state-of-the-art psychological therapy to be delivered via virtual reality.
One-to-one interaction and daily discussion with people with dementia can help improve their quality of life.
Over-65s should be offered a newly licensed jab called Fluad to help provide better immunity against the flu next winter.
NICE has recommended the use of a more accurate scan to diagnose and determine the stage of pancreatic cancer in patients.
The collapse of construction firm Carillon has probably delayed the opening of the new Royal Liverpool Hospital.
NHS England has confirmed that £23 million of extra funding will be made available to improve the mental health of at least 3,000 pregnant women.
All 200 trusts tested have failed to meet the standard required for cyber security, following last year's WannaCry attack.
Public Health England has said that e-cigarettes should be available on prescription to help continue the work undertaken to stop people smoking.