Some hospitals in the government’s new hospital programme may no longer be required to follow a standardised design.
Disrepair in NHS buildings led to thousands of potentially harmful incidents last year, according to a report by the BBC.
The HFMA has backed plans to simplify the valuation of hospital buildings, but raised concern about the impact on trusts' financial positions.
The HFMA is broadly supportive of the proposals but members are very concerned about the impact on their bottom line and capital allocations.
This webinar will set out the work the NAO undertook, the conclusions it reached and what these mean for the NHS.
The Scottish government has published a new approach to strategic infrastructure planning and investment across NHS Scotland.
There have been renewed calls for increased capital investment after new figures show the NHS backlog maintenance has grown to £11.6bn.
Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust received final approval for its outline business case after showing increased use of modern methods of construction
Limiting capital spend inhibits systems’ opportunities to improve productivity