Our health and social care correspondent analyses a new-look NHS and how changes to the health service affect you.
After eight years in limbo, the family of a woman who died on the operating table say the medical tribunal system has failed to give them justice.
Too many elderly people are being let down by the agencies meant to be helping them with basic care say their friends and relatives.
The government could be facing a cross-party revolt on the care bill, which would give it greater powers to close or downgrade hospital services.
An unusually high number of reports on the care system in England are being released this week – all of them are urging a rethink of the way health and care are delivered.
Mid-Staffs NHS trust became a byword for neglectful, inhumane care. And with a trashed reputation, and an £11m deficit, turning it around is no longer an option.
With just seven weeks until a national roll-out of the care.data scheme, which will see anonymous patient data shared, doctors are joining those calling for the government to explain the benefits
Nearly four years after an internal review of operating theatres triggered a safety warning from the one of its own Trust executives, why are Alder Hey staff still raising concerns?
Published exactly a year ago, the Francis report triggered a plethora of reviews into how the NHS is run. But have they led to real improvements in service at a time of extreme financial
The row over plans to extract GPs’ patient records and put them onto a massive database shows no signs of abating. And the fact that NHS data is constantly compromised.