Monthly Archives: March 2017

Value Assessment Frameworks: How Can They Meet The Challenge?

Value Evaluation Frameworks: How Can They Meet The Challenge?Rising health carecosts and pharmaceutical costs in particular are among the main aspects that have triggered a steady flow of scholarly and ordinary press articles about moving from spending for volume to spending for worth. Propositions from groups such as the Center for American Progress advocate drug […]

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Carrie Wright: Leeds hospital trust pay out over blunder

Carrie Wright: Leeds medical facility trust pay over blunderThe mom of a nine-year-old girl who died after suffering severe brain damage throughout a heart operation has been offered ₤ 430,000 in compensation. Carrie Wright, from Hull, was cooled down for two hours throughout the operation – more than twice the advised quantity of time. She […]

By |March 2nd, 2017|GMC|0 Comments

GMC concerned about ‘state of unease’ in medical profession

GMC concerned about ‘state of worry’ in medical professionThe General Medical Council (GMC) has raised issues that a ‘state of worry’ exists within the medical occupation as services throughout the UK come under increased pressure. The medical regulator’s warning that systems of healthcare and the health professionals working within them are having a hard time […]

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Oral evidence to Health Committee Brexit inquiry

Oral evidence to Health Committee Brexit queryCharlie Massey gave oral evidence to the Health Select Committee today as part of the Committee’s ongoing questions on the ramifications of Brexit for health and social care. ‘We are clear that the registration of EEA physicians presently on our register will be untouched by the UK’s departure from […]

By |March 1st, 2017|GMC|0 Comments