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Rising Deficits and the Search for Better Value in the NHS: New Approaches to Financial Sustainability? (King’s Fund / BBC News / Health Foundation / BMJ)

Summary Regulators have demanded that hospitals and NHS trusts in England review their financial plans, because rising deficits indicate that existing plans are increasingly unaffordable. Full Text Link Reference Health regulator tells NHS trusts to ‘look again’ at finances. London: … Continue reading

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The Dementia Screening Debate Revisited (British Psychological Society / BMJ / Nursing Standard)

Summary The British Psychological Society (BPS) recently drew attention to the ongoing debate concerning dementia case-finding schemes and policies. “The drive in the UK and US towards early diagnosis of dementia is not backed by evidence of benefit, says a study published … Continue reading

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