Ombudsman reveals high level of public service failures

Too many unresolved complaints are being taken to the Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman which could have been resolved by public services locally, meaning that people are left waiting longer for answers and that much needed service improvements are delayed. A new Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman report published today has revealed the devastating impact […]

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Pioneering councils join project for sustainable services in social care

Eleven councils have joined the ‘Just Right’ project – a national initiative funded by NHS England to develop sustainable services for adults with learning disabilities, without compromising on the quality of care. The project, which officially launched at the National Children and Adult Services (NCAS) Conference in Manchester, brings together the NHS, industry and eleven […]

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New Diabetes App may help millions

A brand new and very interesting App has been created for the UK market which, when used effectively, could result in the NHS saving many £millions. The App, which is named SocialDiabetes is a very easy-to-use iPhone and android app with which patients are assisted to manage and help control their diabetes ups and downs. […]

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50 hospitals failing patients in A&E

The Care Quality Commission (CQC) has warned 50 large hospitals providing Accident and Emergency services that they are putting patients at risk by not adhering to the basic care standards. The Labour party has responded to the news by instructing its MPs to attack David Cameron’s record on the NHS. Some common scenes found during […]

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