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A new map of alcohol harm published today has shown that the total number of alcohol-related NHS admissions, including inpatient, outpatient and A&E visits, hit almost 10 million in England during 2012-13.
Deteriorating quality in mental health services and worsening access to hospital care in England are evidence that some significant improvements in the quality of healthcare made over the past decade are starting to go into reverse, a new report finds today.
Over the past year, the Care Quality Commission’s (CQC) inspections have found front line staff delivering excellent care but inspectors have also found poor services where people were not getting the care they should expect.
New research which explores the importance of having the right relationships, behaviours and environment to deliver better value of care in the NHS has been released by NHS Confederation.
NHS England has established an Executive Innovation Programme to promote the development of innovation across the healthcare system.
The ageing and growing population means that the NHS will require an additional 17,000 hospital beds in seven years unless improvements can be made to community and hospital care to reduce the length of time for which patients are admitted, according to analysis by the Nuffield Trust.
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