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Increased government spending on general practice could lead to a saving of up to £1.9bn to the NHS across the UK by 2020, according to new figures produced by the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP).
Pressure on over-crowded A&E departments could be reduced if patients requiring out-of-hours urgent care were encouraged to see a GP based in or near the hospital first, according to Monitor.
Only one in five doctors are satisfied with their current careers, a BMA survey reveals.
Patients are having a better overall experience at A&E departments a survey published today by the CQC has shown.
For the first time, the Care Quality Commission (CQC) has published information on every NHS trusts that provide mental health services in England to show the public how it decides which services it will inspect next and what it will focus on.
Is NHS pay unfair?
There is a “real sense of anger” among nurses in England, leaders are warning, as NHS bosses are being handed pay rises of more than £5,000 whilst front-line staff are struggling to pay their bills. Is the stark difference understandable? How do you think it could be addressed? have your say