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Care in the home

Dominic Carter, Policy Officer at the United Kingdom Homecare Association (UKHCA) details how home care can be more flexible and beneficial to the patient’s needs Homecare is a growing and varied service, focused on providing care and support in people’s own homes, ranging from shorter visits to remind an older person...
Increasing National Insurance will pay for NHS

Increasing National Insurance will help pay for NHS

Labour MP Frank Field has said no party had yet proposed solutions to tackle the issues facing the NHS and called for his party to increase National Insurance contributions to pay for services In a co-authored paper, Labour MP Frank Field accused his party of failing to face up to...
The growing crisis in the NHS

The growing crisis in the NHS

Adjacent Digital Politics examines the crisis facing the NHS, why it came about, and what—if anything—can be done to fix it. The NHS is in crisis. As the winter has progressed things seem to have gone from bad to worse for the health service. Recent figures show that accident and emergency...
NHS deficit is nearly £500m

Figures show NHS deficit is nearly £500m

According to new figures, the NHS in England ran up a deficit of nearly £500m in the first few months of the financial year. Reports published by Monitor and the Trust Development Agency have revealed that the NHS in England was in almost £500m deficit in the first few months...
10% of NHS drugs budget spent on diabetes prescriptions

10% of NHS drugs budget spent on diabetes drugs

According to the Health and Social Care Information Centre, prescriptions for diabetes account for almost 10 per cent of the NHS primary care drugs budget in England. The Health and Social Care Information Centre (HSCIC) has revealed that almost 10 per cent of the NHS primary care drugs budget in...

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