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Lansley replaced by Hunt in health job

Health secretary Andrew Lansley has been demoted to the role of Leader of the Commons in an extensive reshuffle. Lansley, the architect of controversial reforms to the NHS in England, has been replaced by former culture secretary Jeremy Hunt. Hunt … Continue reading

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NHS risk register veto ‘unjustified’

Health secretary Andrew Lansley recently used a legal veto  to block publication of the NHS “risk register”, saying it was in the “public interest”. He stated that if the register was made public is would be “open to misinterpretation and … Continue reading

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New NHS goals are to centre on patients’ experiences

At a speech in London, Health Secretary Andrew Lansley has explained why the latest Outcomes Framework stresses the importance of patient surveys, including those of children and bereaved relations. He wants patient surveys to be at the heart of how … Continue reading

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Guardian Maps NHS Organisations

It looks like early days but the Guardian has created an interactive map of all the NHS organisations in its healthcare network, sourced by data from Kable and Patient Opinion. Possibly one to keep an eye on – it will … Continue reading

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Pause for Thought

Yesterday David Cameron got stuck in a lift at the new University Hospital in Birmingham. With the NHS listening exercise still a week away from completion it was – if you like – a pause within a pause. For me … Continue reading

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