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Fees paid to care providers by local authorities must be enough to cover the National Living Wage for workers, says Care England.
A second Covid-19 wave could see the number of patients waiting for NHS services increase by 1.5 million by the end of the year, bringing the total waiting list to almost 10 million, according to new findings
In Scotland, more people have died from Covid-19 in care homes than in hospital, according to the latest official figures.
UK primary care REIT Assura is set to start work this month on a new GP surgery in Ware, Hertfordshire.
Elysium Neurological, part of Elysium Healthcare, has opened a specialised neurobehavioural rehabilitation service for adults in Swindon.
DenScreen, a partnership between dental and infectious disease experts, has launched a new service to tackle and minimise the risk of Covid-19 in the dental workplace.
The government’s abrupt decision announced at the weekend that 2.2 million people in England with medical conditions that put them at greater risk from Covid-19 can now leave their homes has left patients anxious and confused.
Home care company, Home Instead Senior Care, has acquired SuperCarers as part of plans to extend its ‘live-in’ care offering.

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Investment amid Covid-19
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The Covid-19 outbreak has had a significant impact on the UK healthcare real estate investment market. Kathy Oxtoby reviews the landscape
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April was indeed the cruellest month, to paraphrase T.S.Eliot. The tragedy of so many lives lost will resonate for decades and we will long remember the bitter chill from the sinister shadow of Covid-19.

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Paul Ridout calls on the Care Quality Commission to put its house in order and to make fair and honest assessments
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