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The Government has promised to spend £150m on cyber security for the NHS over the next three years, following a serious hack attack on more than one third of trusts last year.
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GP numbers are dwindling faster in areas of England where people earn the least money, according to official data.
BMA and Government officials have reopened negotiations of the junior doctor contract.
Exclusive GP leaders in Kent have warned local hospital trusts that they will not support the switch-off of paper referrals for fear that it will compromise patient care.
The GP workforce in England is continuing to decline, as official statistics reveal that 316 full-time equivalent GPs have left the profession in the last three months.
A GP has been appointed chair of an independent review of the partnership model to look into how it needs to evolve in the modern NHS.
Exclusive A GP practice with over 14,000 patients has been temporarily suspended by the CQC following concerns over patient safety.
The Government has reversed its policy of sharing GP patient data with the Home Office for immigration purposes with immediate effect.
BME GP partners are more likely to receive an ‘inadequate’ CQC rating, Pulse has found.
Up to 270 patients may have lost their lives needlessly due to an IT error that caused 450,000 women to miss cancer screenings, the health secretary has today announced.
The Government has increased the scale of this year's GP trainee 'golden hello' scheme, after a promising take-up last year.
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