A new report highlights major problems with London’s healthcare.
The charitable element of the stem cell storage service has not been taken up by the NHS.
The National Audit Office to hold talks with MPs after Bureau investigation.
Private companies driving up rents paid by NHS for GP surgeries.
Department of Health has paid out £2.5bn over five years to GPs to ‘rent’ their surgeries.
A taxpayer-funded scheme is allowing GPs to pocket huge windfalls.
Patients looking for convenient appointments are over-loading walk-in centres.
Private health provider’s ambitions revealed as stock market float raises £45m.
One in seven board members of new NHS commissioning bodies have links to a private company.
As NHS waiting times increase the MOD demands guarantees its staff receive fast-track treatment.
An investigation by the Bureau revealed growing questions over private health firm Circle Health.
Private health provider Circle Health is set to float despite losing lucrative NHS contracts.
A Labour government scheme to use the private sector in the NHS cost the taxpayer £500m.
Four out of six walk-in health centres created in a £50m Labour government scheme, closed.
Money wasted paying for operations that did not happen: the “take or pay” element.
Examining the impact of the proposed overhaul of the NHS.