This Health Foundation analysis that suggests that the UK is investing significantly less in health care capital – which includes buildings, equipment and IT – as a share of GDP compared to most other similar countries. As a result, the
The health infrastructure plan (HIP) will deliver a long-term, rolling 5-year programme of investment in health infrastructure, including capital to: build new hospitals modernise the primary care estate improve mental health facilities invest in new diagnostics and technology help eradicate
NHS England guidance updated to reflect current patient pathways, including further definition of what is and is not a mixed-sex accommodation breach and circumstances in which mixing may be justified and therefore not constitute a breach.
Health Care Without Harm report suggesting if the global health care sector were a country it would be the fifth-largest greenhouse gas emitter on the planet. The report finds health care’s footprint is equivalent to 4.4 per cent of global
Institute for Public Policy Research report finding that, compared to similarly advanced economies, the NHS has had historically low levels of capital investment The report recommends a new settlement to fund capital and support transformation totalling £5.6 billion per year
The health and social care system in Northern Ireland has seen seven fundamental reviews setting out major changes of direction in the last 20 years. Each has delivered a similar verdict: the country needs to reduce its reliance on hospitals,
National Audit Office report looking at NHS Property Services Limited (the Service) a company wholly owned by the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, established in December 2011 to manage NHS property. This report finds that, to a
Guidance for NHS trusts and foundation trusts on requesting transfers of estate owned by NHS Property Services and Community Health Partnerships. This guidance sets out: the reasons for allowing trusts to request transfers of properties from property companies that are owned