This fact sheet sets out the Department of Health and Social Care’s response to claims that the NHS has lost £7.5bn to fraud in the last six years. Statement from 17 February 2023 A government spokesperson said: “These claims are …
Barcode technology used in major industries such as aerospace and retail is introduced to the NHS in England in a bid to revolutionise patient safety.
The National Audit Office (NAO) has today published its report on the Department's work to help the NHS increase the costs recovered from treating overseas visitors between September 2015 and August 2016.
The Health Select Committee has today published its report into the implications of the Spending Review. The Committee has concluded that the Spending Review does not meet its commitment to fund the NHS's vision for the future of the service. …
The HSJ has reported that NHS finance directors are being pressured to agree to "fundamentally unsustainable" financial targets for 2016/17. Here is our response.
Today NHS Improvement has released official figures showing the total NHS deficit for 2015/16. Here's our statement in response. A Department of Health spokesperson said: "We know finances are challenging, but we are committed to the NHS which is why we're investing …
NHS England has set out a multi-billion plan designed to get general practice back on its feet, improve patient care and access, and invest in new ways of providing primary care.
Today HM Treasury published all departments’ Supplementary Supply Estimates. This is a routine opportunity in the financial year for departments to complete any housekeeping around their budgets and ask the Treasury for minor changes to funding.
Carter Review says hospitals must standardise procedures, be more transparent and work more closely with neighbouring NHS trusts.
Jeremy Hunt has set out the strict conditions hospitals must meet in order to access £1.8bn transformation funding next year, as part of a wider package of tough new financial measures to improve financial grip in the NHS.