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The NHS will continue to provide free healthcare for all, based on need and not ability to pay. The changes to the NHS are intended to improve quality and efficiency by reforming the organisations that commission, regulate and support health and care services.

Consultation on new safeguards to protect patients

A consultation on new measures to protect the services that patients need is launched today. The health special administration consultation sets out how safeguards to protect the services that patients need will be extended to NHS services provided by social … Read more → – Consultation on new safeguards to protect patients

Should small providers be exempt from licensing?

As part of the consultation on licensing, we want to understand in more detail the impact of our proposals on small providers. We have now extended the deadline for responses to 30 October. We are proposing exempting small providers from … Read more → – Should small providers be exempt from licensing?

Consultation on ensuring fair and transparent pricing for NHS services

A  consultation to help ensure fair and transparent pricing for NHS services is opened today by the Department of Health. From April 2014, Monitor and the NHS Commissioning Board will take over responsibility for pricing NHS services from the Department. … Read more → – Consultation on ensuring fair and transparent pricing for NHS services

How can health and wellbeing boards implement the Cardiovascular Disease Outcomes Strategy?

Health and wellbeing board members and officers, along with Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and local authority colleagues, are invited to join a Webex discussion on the Cardiovascular Disease Outcomes Strategy on 31 October 2012 at 10.15 – 11.00. Prof. Huon … Read more → – How can health and wellbeing boards implement the Cardiovascular Disease Outcomes Strategy?

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Read transcript of webchat on licensing and procurement

The transcript of the recent webchat on licensing and procurement is now available. During the event, Sebastian Habibi, Deputy Director, Competition Management, along with Jacqueline Naylor and Matthew Henry from the DH sector regulation policy team responded to a variety … Read more → – Read transcript of webchat on licensing and procurement

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