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22/05/2017
Believe the polls, and June’s election will spell more of the same, with a renewed Tory majority bringing few changes for health and care. The polls, though, have much to prove. Sarah Williams weighs up what the different parties’ pledges could mean…
28/04/2017
Partner at Albion Ventures, ex-neurosurgeon and former extreme-sports fan
28/04/2017
Technology is a useful tool in mental as well as physical health and providers can pursue a global strategy, argues Candesic’s Dr Michelle Tempest
28/04/2017
With the CMA due to publish its first interim report into competition in the elderly care home market, Sarah Williams looks into stakeholders’ responses to the regulator’s statement of scope
28/04/2017
Turkish politics is at the centre of the geopolitical stage, but the recent ratings of senior bonds to fund a hospital project proves the country’s position in a noisy neighbourhood has not dented investor confidence. Nick Herbert reports
28/04/2017
The largest of its kind to date, Greensleeves Care’s oversubscribed £33 million retail charity bond issuance in March was also the very first issued by a care provider. Sarah Williams asks if others should follow suit?
28/04/2017
Potential changes are underfoot in the way CAMHS providers work with schools to support children’s mental health. But a consensus on what that looks like – and the budget to achieve it – still seems a way off, finds Sarah Williams
28/04/2017
Success at Witherslack Group has been driven by a focus on high acuity cases and a substantial support structure for teachers, finds Ploy Radford

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children's services special report - part 1

NFA Group boss Iain Anderson tells Ploy Radford about the rationale behind the acquisition of Acorn and how the merged entity will help transform children's services
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Believe the polls, and June’s election will spell more of the same, with a renewed Tory majority bringing few changes for health and care. The polls, though, have much to prove. Sarah Williams weighs up what the different parties’ pledges could mean…
Partner at Albion Ventures, ex-neurosurgeon and former extreme-sports fan
Technology is a useful tool in mental as well as physical health and providers can pursue a global strategy, argues Candesic’s Dr Michelle Tempest
With the CMA due to publish its first interim report into competition in the elderly care home market, Sarah Williams looks into stakeholders’ responses to the regulator’s statement of scope
Turkish politics is at the centre of the geopolitical stage, but the recent ratings of senior bonds to fund a hospital project proves the country’s position in a noisy neighbourhood has not dented investor confidence. Nick Herbert reports
The largest of its kind to date, Greensleeves Care’s oversubscribed £33 million retail charity bond issuance in March was also the very first issued by a care provider. Sarah Williams asks if others should follow suit?
Potential changes are underfoot in the way CAMHS providers work with schools to support children’s mental health. But a consensus on what that looks like – and the budget to achieve it – still seems a way off, finds Sarah Williams
Success at Witherslack Group has been driven by a focus on high acuity cases and a substantial support structure for teachers, finds Ploy Radford


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Believe the polls, and June’s election will spell more of the same, with a renewed Tory majority bringing few changes for health and care. The polls, though, have much to prove. Sarah Williams weighs up what the different parties’ pledges could mean…

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children's services special report
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Success at Witherslack Group has been driven by a focus on high acuity cases and a substantial support structure for teachers, finds Ploy Radford
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