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25/07/2017
The outgoing chief inspector of hospitals may not think the NHS necessarily needs more money to do things better, but social care does if it is to help the health service with bed blocking
20/06/2017
The Competition & Markets Authority has held a mirror up to the sector and it’s not comfortable viewing
22/05/2017
The Conservative manifesto and the party’s likely win means we run the risk of a step back for social care
28/04/2017
For the second time in two years, the country is gearing up for another general election, but will things stay the same for health and social care?
07/04/2017
The Law Commission’s final report on event fees in the retirement village market will reassure investors and drive sector growth
30/03/2017
Some may be looking to leave healthcare but we should take heart that many are still actively interested
13/03/2017
STPs could hinder much-needed private sector partnerships if 'accountable care' is enforced incorrectly, argues NHS Partners CEO David Hare
09/03/2017
The ‘boring’ budget delivered a predictably lacklustre attempt to solve the social care funding crisis

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interview - David McKinney

Real integration of health and care means throwing housing and technology into the bargain too, according to Tunstall's David McKinney. Sarah Williams hears more
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The outgoing chief inspector of hospitals may not think the NHS necessarily needs more money to do things better, but social care does if it is to help the health service with bed blocking
The Competition & Markets Authority has held a mirror up to the sector and it’s not comfortable viewing
The Conservative manifesto and the party’s likely win means we run the risk of a step back for social care
For the second time in two years, the country is gearing up for another general election, but will things stay the same for health and social care?
The Law Commission’s final report on event fees in the retirement village market will reassure investors and drive sector growth
Some may be looking to leave healthcare but we should take heart that many are still actively interested
STPs could hinder much-needed private sector partnerships if 'accountable care' is enforced incorrectly, argues NHS Partners CEO David Hare
The ‘boring’ budget delivered a predictably lacklustre attempt to solve the social care funding crisis


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politics

After a dramatic election result, Ploy Radford asks what our new government means for health and social care
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The outgoing chief inspector of hospitals may not think the NHS necessarily needs more money to do things better, but social care does if it is to help the health service with bed blocking

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public-private partnership
Sarah Williams weighs up the public-private partnership models driving change in health and social care
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charity profile

Waymarks is tackling the more challenging end of the adult learning disabilities sector. Ploy Radford reports
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