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Four NHS commissioning bodies in England offer to share savings made with GP practices.
NHS figures show drop of 1,193 family doctors in past year, despite pledge to increase numbers by 5,000 by 2020.
Poor people face years of failing health and earlier death compared to the rich, despite government pledges to reduce inequality.
Commonwealth Fund analysis of healthcare systems in 11 nations finds NHS is the best, safest and most affordable.
The Care Quality Commission has underlined the inadequate quality of care in examples of English care and nursing homes that failed their inspections.
Local authorities plan to find £824m of savings, meaning they will be spending £6bn less on social care than in 2010 when austerity began.
Unions representing cross-section of healthcare staff increase pressure on government to use Queen’s speech to lift 1% restriction on pay rises.
Hospitals miss two-week target for seeing specialist for only second time since records began, as delays in treatment rise.
Guardian investigation highlights severe understaffing at Royal Berkshire, Royal Surrey County and Frimley Health trusts.
Policy of limiting rises to 1% is damaging health service and must not be pursued into next parliament, say NHS leaders.
Survey finds 57% would pay extra to reverse shortfall caused by years of cuts.
NHS England chief executive Simon Stevens removes gluten-free food and medication for upset stomachs and haemorrhoids from list of prescribed items.
BMA warns of impending ‘disaster’ as its research shows 40% of doctors who qualified in EEA may leave because they feel less welcome.
MPs claim Dorset Private GP service, at up to £145 per appointment, will mean NHS patients without money will wait even longer for care.
Senior doctor calls health service ‘broken’ after deaths of two patients left to wait on trolleys at Worcestershire Royal hospital.
Dr Helen Stokes-Lampard says government’s pledge to guarantee access to family doctors at weekends is unrealistic.
Flagship scheme to keep elderly out of hospital missing targets and council tax rise ‘too small to alleviate cutbacks’.
Deal for Bath and north-east Somerset area sparks new fears about private firms’ role in providing publicly funded healthcare.
Care Quality Commission says level of cuts to service is affecting A&E units, causing bedblocking and failing elderly at-home patients.
CQC warns that sector as a whole is at risk as providers of care for elderly and disabled people pull out over rising costs and cuts to council budgets.
Theresa May urged to boost funding or ration care to head off escalating cash crisis and avoid ‘1990s-style decline’.
MPs claim other parts of the Department of Health’s budget, such as public health, are being diverted to fund NHS England.
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