Ministers have been accused of attacking doctors' professionalism and failing to account for a £22 billion black hole in NHS finances.Read the full story ›
Daughter whose mother was left for hours on a hospital trolley in A&E has campaigned tirelessly for change - and with some success.Read the full story ›
Overworked GPs are becoming so tired they could be putting patient's safety at risk, the head of British general practitioners has warned.Read the full story ›
Decisions on when patients are reaching the end of their life should be taken by experts instead on the medical opinion of one doctor.Read the full story ›
Patients have described "thousands of shocking stories" on how they were discharged from hospital without proper support and care.Read the full story ›
There was a 5% fall in organ donations between this year and last year as the rate of registering stagnates.Read the full story ›
The hashtag #ImInWorkJeremy has been trending as doctors and nurse hit back at accusations they are blocking government reform plans.Read the full story ›
The Government is delaying plans to introduce a £72,000 cap on social care costs by four years until April 2020, the Department of Health has announced.
The announcement follows a recent warning from adult social care chiefs that care for older and vulnerable people needs to be protected in the face of £1.1 billion budget cuts.
Health Secretary to challenge British Medical Association with six weeks to negotiate on changes for doctors, or face a new 7-day contract.Read the full story ›
One in four meals representing more than 30 million dinners are thrown away at NHS hospitals every year, new figures reveal.Read the full story ›