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26/03/2015
Private hospital group Spire Healthcare has posted an increase in revenue of 12% for the year ended 31 December 2014.
26/03/2015
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) has announced a 9% increase in registration fees for health providers in the 2015-16financial year, effective from April.
24/03/2015
Dallas-based Tenet Healthcare has acquired UK private hospital operator Aspen Healthcare from Welsh, Carson, Anderson & Stowe for a cash consideration of $215 million (£144 million).
24/03/2015
Private care provider Barchester Healthcare has appointed John Coleman as its new chairman, replacing Baroness Ford of Cunninghame.
23/03/2015
AXA Real Estate has bought the freehold interest of Manor Lodge care home from Aprirose REI for £17.6 million at a yield of 4.75%.
23/03/2015
Healthcare property investment firm Octopus Healthcare has acquired two care homes from the CarePlaces Fund for £20 million.
20/03/2015
The Public Accounts Committee has published an updated report on the failed Circle-Hinchingbrooke franchise stating its concern that no one has been held accountable.
19/03/2015
Specialist care provider Glen Care is changing the focus of the London Treatment and Rehabilitation Centre so it becomes part of its neurocognitive disorders service.


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The past five years have seen monumental changes to the British healthcare system, but to what end asks Sunniva Davies-Rommetveit
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The ambitious KIMS project proved its doubters wrong when it opened in April 2014. But can a new entrant survive – let alone thrive – in today’s market, asks Vernon Baxter
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