Hospitals

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NHS patients turned away as Microsoft IT outages hit GP surgeries
Delays and disruption at GP practices with doctors unable to access patients’ records or refer them on to hospitals

Denis Campbell and Jedidajah Otte

19, Jul, 2024 @12:34 PM

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Nitrous oxide is no longer funny – it’s an environmental villain | Letter
Letter: Prof Pete Ford and Dr Hemal Bosamia respond to a long read on laughing gas, pointing out that it contributes significantly to climate change

17, Jul, 2024 @4:56 PM

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England’s healthcare watchdog apologises over ‘new regulatory approach’
CQC ‘got things wrong’ implementing inspection regime and new computer system, interim chief admits

Robert Booth Social affairs correspondent

15, Jul, 2024 @5:06 PM

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NHS patients raising safety concerns too often ‘fobbed off’, says commissioner
Dr Henrietta Hughes said focus on budgets had led to substandard care and dismissal of legitimate fears

Andrew Gregory Health editor

10, Jul, 2024 @10:30 PM

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David Sturgeon obituary
Other lives: Consultant psychiatrist who served at two London hospitals, both as a practitioner helping patients and as a lecturer to medical students

Charlotte Feinmann

09, Jul, 2024 @4:51 PM

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Junior doctors confident further strikes can be avoided after meeting Streeting
BMA figures say they are hopeful NHS pay row can be resolved after talks with health secretary

Andrew Gregory Health editor

09, Jul, 2024 @3:26 PM

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Lucy Letby: killer or coincidence? Why some experts question the evidence
Exclusive: Doubts raised over safety of convictions of nurse found guilty of murdering babies

Felicity Lawrence

09, Jul, 2024 @6:00 AM

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Dr Richard Taylor obituary
Doctor who campaigned to preserve hospital services in Kidderminster and was elected twice as an independent MP

Stephen Bates

07, Jul, 2024 @4:32 PM

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What it means for patients if St Vincent’s and NIB fail to reach a funding deal
The hospital network says it will walk away from its contract with the private health insurer in three months if a fairer agreement can’t be reached. Has this situation happened before?

Natasha May

05, Jul, 2024 @3:00 PM

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Nine-year-old boy youngest in UK to undergo rare pancreatic surgery
Newcastle surgeons remove Archie Routledge’s pancreas while transplanting insulin-producing cells into his liver

Mark Brown North of England correspondent

04, Jul, 2024 @10:15 AM

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Thousands of patients facing healthcare price hikes after negotiations break down between St Vincent’s and NIB
Australian Medical Association is urging both parties to reach an agreement for the sake of patients

Natasha May

04, Jul, 2024 @9:39 AM

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Could Labour use public-private projects to fix England’s hospitals?
NHS Providers wants collaboration with private entities to unlock funds, and Labour has stressed its wish for business ‘partnership’

Denis Campbell Health policy editor

04, Jul, 2024 @4:00 AM

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