The NHS Supply Chain has announced that they achieved over £250 million cash-releasing savings as of the end of September 2017.
The BIFM has published new guidance on the buying process for goods or services that support facilities management delivery.
New figures have shown a continued decline in the number of EU nurses and midwives wanting to work in the UK since the 2016 EU referendum.
A mental health service based in Tameside and Glossop is celebrating being accredited by the Memory Services National Accreditation Programme.
More people in east Suffolk will receive quick diagnosis and treatment for memory problems thanks to a new-look specialist service launched by NSFT.
NICE has published an updated guideline on glaucoma, which will mean fewer people need to be referred for further specialist investigation.
Two new MRI scanners have been unveiled at Kent and Canterbury Hospital as part of a £4 million investment by East Kent Hospitals.
Three overseas doctors have joined the CAMHS at Cumbria Partnership NHS Foundation Trust as part of a medical fellowship programme to help strengthen the service.
London Ambulance paramedics and CIS staff have collaborated to provide alternative care to patients who might otherwise be taken to hospital unnecessarily.
An innovative way to share important information about a child’s health has been launched and will support the prevention of childhood illness.
A new initiative to help reduce in-patient falls at South Tyneside District Hospital is set to be implemented by other NHS organisations across the country.
UK maternity units are turning to expensive temporary staffing arrangements such as overtime and agency staff to plug gaps in midwife rotas.
New figures released by the NHS’s new anti-fraud body suggest that the yearly bill for fraud in the NHS has topped £1 billion.
Two multinational drug companies are threatening legal action to prevent patients being offered a cheaper version of an effective drug against blindness which could save the NHS £84 million a year.
A new six month programme will offer community pharmacists and technicians the opportunity to develop leadership skills.
NHS and social care leaders have written to the Chancellor asking for an end to public sector pay restraint.
New figures show that twice as many children under the age of 10 receive hospital treatment for tooth decay as those treated for broken arms.
Chinese researchers have claimed that long-term aspirin use reduces the risk of developing a multitude of cancers.
Sandwell and West Birmingham Hospitals NHS Trust has been rated as Requires Improvement following an inspection by the CQC.
Stepping Hill Hospital’s stroke centre in Stockport has been officially ranked as the best in the country.