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09/07/2014
A successful flotation of Cinven-backed Spire Healthcare would lead to a £36 million pay-day for Spire’s staff, the prospectus for the private hospital group has confirmed.
08/07/2014
Cinven-backed Spire Healthcare has announced an initial public offering price range of 210 pence to 300 pence per share, which would value the firm at just under £1 billion.
07/07/2014
Healthcare specialists have asked for an independent, apolitical discussion on the current state of the NHS.
04/07/2014
Lloyds Banking Group and HSBC are set to provide all of their staff members with private medical insurance from 1 January 2015, in a move that will add over 100,000 lives to the private health market.
04/07/2014
London’s first early diagnosis Osteoporosis Clinic has opened on Harley Street, as part of the Phoenix Hospital Group.
02/07/2014
There has been a notable increase in the private provision of NHS-funded community and mental healthcare services since 2011, research has found.
01/07/2014
Venture capital firm, Albion Ventures, has invested up to £16 million on the development of two elderly residential homes.
01/07/2014
Nuffield Health has entered a partnership with Manchester Metropolitan University that will see the venture develop a new private, tertiary care hospital in Manchester, worth between £50 million and £60 million.


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As some residential homes still fail to offer the bare minimum level of care, what more can be done to combat care home abuse, asks Sunniva Davies-Rommetveit
Healthcare has discovered the usefulness of bond taps. Adrian Murdoch investigates
In learning disabilities, there’s no silver lining for residential care chains in the cloud of scandal around long-term hospitals, find Dr Nael Taher and Adam Scott of Mansfield Advisors
UK pathology is long overdue an overhaul. Ploy Radford explores why the private sector is yet to capitalise on the findings of the Carter Review
Cambian’s IPO is the first major UK healthcare services listing since 2006. So what are the markets making of the new kid on the block?
A Supreme Court ruling could have costly consequences for the care sector



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