The chief medical officer's annual report calls for focus on maximising old people's independence and minimising time in ill health, as well as concentration on non-urban areas.
Work to address health inequalities in waiting lists must be funded from core budgets rather than on an ad hoc basis.
A new report from The King’s Fund finds that people from the most deprived areas in England are more likely to have long waits for planned hospital care than people from less deprived areas.
Four chief finance officers make up this year’s shortlist for the HFMA Finance Director of the Year Award in the 2023 HFMA awards.
The Care Quality Commission has released its latest annual assessment of health and adult social care in England.
The prevalence of primary school children living with obesity continued to fall in 2022/23, after reaching the highest recorded levels during the Covid-19 pandemic.
A new report from the Nuffield Trust reveals the serious health impact on young people of violence in prison.
This briefing explores the work that finance teams are doing to help reduce health inequalities.
Four years of well-resourced alcohol care teams have paid dividends in the West Midlands in terms of reduced admissions and length of stay.