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Disability group calls for strong partnership with NHS England

Disability group calls for strong partnership with NHS England

The Voluntary Organisations Disability Group (VODG) has called on NHS England to significantly strengthen its partnership approach.

CQC signs new agreement to encourage sharing in the health and social care sector

The ‘Emerging Concerns Protocol’ seeks to provide a mechanism to share information and intelligence that may indicate risks to users, carers, families or professionals

Delayed transfers of care drop by a fifth

Delayed transfers of care (DTOC) fell by more than a fifth in January, according to NHS England.

NHS England to tackle care home overmedication

NHS England today announced plans to recruit and deploy 240 pharmacists and pharmacy technicians to reduce overmedication and cut unnecessary hospital stays.

Opportunities for care providers lie in NHS bed crisis

KPMG says ‘there has to be a role for care home providers’ as elderly patients clog valuable hospital beds.

Squeeze on care funding causes delayed hospital discharges to surge

Funding for adult social care is creating a log jam in hospitals.

Cambridge MP slams failed attempt to outsource local social care to NHS Trust consortium

NHS Foundation

Outsourcing of elderly care services to NHS Trust consortium was a £725m fiasco

NHS creates new inspection regime for clinical commissioning groups

OPINION: NHS should sell unused land to the private care home sector