Local health managers have even reportedly been told to deny Freedom of Information requests about the plans, according to a think tank.Read the full story ›
The two food chains came last when assessed how well food retailers in hospitals are meeting healthy food targets.Read the full story ›
A High Court judge has ruled that a preventative treatment for HIV can legally be made available on the NHS.Read the full story ›
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Health and social services in 29 pilot areas will be integrated to improve healthcare provision backed by a £200m transformation fund.Read the full story ›
Spekaing to ITV News, NHS England's new boss Simon Stevens has admitted that standards have not been good enough within the organisation.Read the full story ›
The new NHS England chief executive had some tough news on his first day in the job as he visited a clinic in the north-east.
Simon Stevens could only laugh as he was told by a nurse that his blood pressure was "a little bit on the high side".
The new NHS England chief executive has challenged his organisation to do more to promote healthy lifestyles.
Simon Stevens said that although there was "fantastic" care in the NHS, more needs to be done "to help people stay healthy in the first place".
The NHS is sustainable but in need of reform, which should "start with the care of older people", Shadow Health Secretary Andy Burnham told Daybreak.
Hospital beds were filling up with elderly people because "services aren't good enough at home in the community" the Labour MP said.