NHS to get an extra £20billion a year, Prime Minister reveals

Theresa May comes under fire after claiming Brexit deal will mean more money for the NHS

picture of Theresa May has promised more long-term funding settlements for the NHS

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Extra NHS cash will be spent on estates improvements

Repairs and upgrades will be funded by Theresa May's birthday cash injection

North’s life sciences economy grows by £4bn in a year

North of England leads the way for medical innovation

Construction market hits five-year low

Healthcare construction projects dwindle as market shows signs of slowing down

A specialist approach for sterile facilities

Garry Horrocks from BES discusses the importance of managing the financial and operational risk associated with ...

GE announces large-scale spin offs

GE Healthcare will become a separate, standalone company

NHSA opens up £45bn Commonwealth life sciences economies to the North of England

Memorandum of Understanding opens door to increased trading between companies in North of England and Canadian and ...

NHS could save £7billion through quick adoption of new diagnostic techniques

New report claims widespread adoption of three new tests – for heart attack, pre-eclampsia and inflammatory bowel ...

New survey reveals pioneering medical treatments should be available on NHS

New and potentially life-saving medical treatments, such as proton beam therapy, bone marrow transplant and stem cell ...

COMMENT: Harnessing electronic health informatics with smart finance

Chris Wilkinson, Head of Sales for Healthcare for Siemens Financial Services in the UK, examines how electronic health ...

COMMENT: CHC placements: time to modernise purchasing processes

Ray Hart, director at Valuing Care, explains why it is now time to step up CHC purchasing processes and ditch the ...

NHS to bolster IT security following cyber attacks

Government announces £150m investment in technology

NHS procurement streamlined, with announcement of £300m savings

Savings target achieved achieved five months ahead of target