New PHE cervical cancer campaign

14th March 2019

Cervical cancer screening rates are at a 20-year low, says Public Health England (PHE). To help encourage more women to attend their appointments, PHE has launched is Cervical Screening Saves Lives campaign. You can view the [read more]

Views on the NHS Long Term Plan

10th January 2019

We’ve spoken to some leading opinion-formers to find out what they think about the NHS Long Term Plan – including what this means for primary care and practices Professor Helen Stokes-Lampard, Chair of the Royal College [read more]

GP clusters – a step in the right direction?

18th October 2018

GP clusters and the importance of strengthening them prove key focus at Cardiff Practice Management Conference hosted by healthcare law firm, VWV The importance of GP clusters and strengthening the work done within them in order [read more]

CQC releases State of Care report

12th October 2018

The CQC’s latest care report highlights the issues the NHS is facing today, alongside the positive changes that could be made According to the Care Quality Commission’s (CQC) latest assessment of healthcare in England, some [read more]

Why healthcare should axe the fax

20th September 2018

Computer Weekly has reported on the strides one trust is making to bin its fax machines and make its data safer – something it hopes will spread throughout the healthcare sector The NHS is well-known [read more]

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