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NHS Resolution Report On The Early Notification Scheme Progress

NHS Resolution have published a progress report on the first year of the Early Notification scheme, a new approach designed to speed up the […]

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“Government Disruption” Impacting Road Safety, Says Charity

A UK road safety charity has expressed concerns that the government is not doing enough to tackle road safety issues. IAM RoadSmart, has stated […]

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Birth Injuries Could Be Avoided, Says NHS Report

An NHS Resolution report has found that the number of babies born with avoidable birth injuries could be significantly reduced with improved foetal heart […]

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Concerns Raised as NHS Relies on Costly Loans

An NHS think-tank has raised concerns that hospitals in England are “lurching” from month to month on “emergency” government loans to cover costs of […]

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Migrant Fees Put Mothers and Babies at Risk, Say UK Midwives

The UK government policy to charge overseas visitors and those without papers in the UK for national health services (NHS) is putting vulnerable migrants […]

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GPs Told To Restrict Specialist Referrals Under NHS ‘Rationing’ Scheme

GPs in London have been asked to avoid referring some patients to secondary care as part of a strict programme of service rationing. The […]

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Concerns For Patient Safety After NHS Spending On Private Ambulances Soars.

Campaigners have raised concerns about patient safety after reports that the NHS spent nearly £10million in the last year on private ambulances and taxis […]

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Spot the Bike Campaign

Pryers who are specialise in Personal Injury claims have launched a new social media campaign promoting road safety. Our ‘Spot the Bike’ Campaign promotes […]

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Deaths of 12 people linked to NHS Pathways software used in 999 calls

12 patient deaths have been linked with safety concerns about NHS Pathways, the clinical software used to triage patients calls to the NHS 111 […]

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World Suicide Prevention Day at Pryers Solicitors

As it’s World Suicide Prevention Day, it seems an appropriate time to discuss Mental Health First Aid. In addition to managing Pryers’ technology infrastructure, […]

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Benefits and Consequences of Technology in Healthcare

This week we’ve been looking at how the healthcare industry can and is adapting to technology to greater improve the service and welfare of […]

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The Use of Robotics in Healthcare

This week we’re looking at how the healthcare industry can and is adapting to technology to greater improve the service and welfare of patients […]

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A doctor has warned of a ‘hidden epidemic’ of asbestos-related cancers among NHS staff and patients after there has been a failure to manage […]

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According to a report by the UK Lung Cancer Coalition (UKLCC), the survival rate of patients with lung cancer is being hit by late […]

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Government hints at scrapping the four-hour A&E target

The government has recently suggested that the four-hour waiting time target, a pledge set out in the Handbook to the NHS Constitution, will be […]

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