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Economic regulator needs clear remit or risks failure

Economic regulator needs clear remit or risks failure  » 

MONITOR, currently the regulator for NHS foundation trusts, is to have wide-ranging new powers to act as the economic regulator for the health sector. However, the scale of the objectives it has been set could lead to more confusion in the NHS and risks “diluting” the focus of its work, warns The King’s Fund.

More choice for patients in new GP deal

More choice for patients in new GP deal  » 

PATIENTS WILL GET more choice over which GP treats their family following agreement between the Government and British Medical Association over changes to the GP contract for next year.

New conditions for clinical audit  » 

HEALTH SECRETARY Andrew Lansley has announced 11 ‘new’ areas of medicine (see panel) whose outcomes for patients will be audited, monitored and regularly published in future.

New healthcare teaching facility for DMU

New healthcare teaching facility for DMU  » 

A NEW £8M healthcare teaching facility has opened following a major refurbishment scheme at De Montfort University’s (DMU).

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