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28/07/2014
Occupational health firm Health Management has won its bid to operate the new Health & Work service for the Department of Work & Pensions.
28/07/2014
The NHS has reportedly lost a £700 million legal battle with Fujitsu over a failed IT project.
24/07/2014
A survey run by insurance firm Bupa found that 50% of the business leaders they contacted believe that private healthcare needs to be reformed as much as, if not more than, the banking industry.
23/07/2014
Dr Paul Glynne has left his position as chief medical officer at mobile healthcare service Babylon.
22/07/2014
Groupe Sinoué has acquired Florence Nightingale Hospitals, the UK subsidiary of Sweden-based European healthcare provider Capio Groupe, for an undisclosed sum.
22/07/2014
Over a third of clinical commissioning groups have admitted they do not plan to retender their community care services.
21/07/2014
August Equity has sold Independent Vetcare to US private equity firm Summit Partners in an off-market transaction.
18/07/2014
Private hospital group Spire has listed on the London Stock Exchange at the bottom end of its hoped-for price range at 210 pence per share.


HealthInvestor tracks down the founder of Findmehealth.com to hear what the private healthcare comparison website is all about
The Corrigan-Parish ‘Going with change’ paper argues that brand new business models could facilitate much-needed NHS change
Medical facility construction is once again on the up in Dubai, but is it justified?
Eden Futures is paving the way for future social care, finds Sunniva Davies-Rommetveit
Ploy Radford catches up with Cygnet Health Care’s new chief executive, David Cole, to discover his plans for the mental health specialist
Candesic’s Dr David Royse and Dr Michelle Tempest investigate how patient empowerment, facilitated by the internet, is changing healthcare
As Scotland approaches its date with destiny, Stephen McGinty considers the ramifications of a ‘Yes’ or ‘No’ vote for the healthcare sector
The staffing market is moving once again, reports Ploy Radford



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