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A report by the National Audit Office has raised concerns over the lack of capacity in the NHS and resulting increase in waiting times for patients.
Civitas Social Housing has acquired properties worth £85.6 million.
VPS Healthcare, an Abu Dhabi-based hospital operator, is reconsidering plans to list on London Stock Exchange due to uncertainty surrounding Britain’s EU exit.
The UK’s largest private healthcare provider is closing two of its hospitals and selling a third to the NHS.
Healthcare software provider EMIS Group has reported growth in turnover and operating profit in its final results for the year ended 31 December 2018.
NHS England is bringing its cervical screening programme back in-house following issues with how Capita is running the service.
The Care Software Providers Association (CASPA) has launched to form an independent, not-for-profit association representing the views and interests of social care software providers.
European ehealth service Doctolib has raised €150 million from long-term investors.

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Reproductive health
abc ivf is offering IVF treatment at prices well below the industry average, suggesting it may have developed a winning formula - but are they cutting corners or is everyone else missing a trick, and what could it mean for the IVF sector and patients in future? Jeremy Bowden investigates
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The private hospital sector

The UK independent hospital sector has suffered considerable reputational damage in recent years. With falling NHS referrals and criticism from both the regulator and the government, Rob Munro looks at what changes are afoot to deal with a crisis of confidence in a market worth over £5 billion
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The chaos around the UK leaving the EU continues apace but healthcare investment is steering a steady course through the storm

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Deal intervention

A CMA investigation into the CareTech-Cambian tie-up is expected to delay the deal until at least the new year. The intervention - which is one of many in the sector - also raises further questions over the potential for consolidation in sensitive areas of social care. Jeremy Bowden investigates
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