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The new cancer drugs fund (CDF) will open for new treatments today (Friday), with four new cancer drugs made immediately available, potentially benefiting 4,500 patients and speeding up access by up to four months. Since its introduction in April 2011, the CDF has helped nearly 100,000 people with cancer access treatments not routinely available on […]
These documents set out our governance arrangements.
This document is a log of Freedom of Information disclosures from NHS England relevant to Quarter 4 of 2015/16 (01 January – 31 March).
World Hepatitis Day this year comes at a time of unprecedented optimism for the future, but is also a good time for us to take stock of what has been achieved so far. The new, highly effective oral therapies which are the cause of such optimism are also posing huge challenges to health care systems […]
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NHS England today agreed new steps to implement plans to strengthen general practice, ease the pressure on GPs and improve services for patients. The measures aim to help struggling GP practices, protect GPs from the rising cost of negligence claims and introduce new models of care that will create more joined-up services. It follows the […]
Six new requirements for hospitals were introduced in the 2016/17 NHS Standard Contract to clarify the expectations across the hospital and general practice interface and reduce avoidable extra workload for GPs and help release time. These changes will help to address concerns raised in Making Time in General Practice and acknowledged in the General Practice Forward View.
The agenda and papers for our 28 July 2016 board meeting.