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Sixty Icon More than 1m UK older people risk 'withering away' from hunger
Cross-party group of politicians says isolation and cuts are driving ‘hidden’ malnutrition.
The Guardian - Posted 23/01/2018

Experts all agree NHS needs more money, Boris Johnson tells May
Failure on issue will let Corbyn win, cabinet told – but reference to experts may raise eyebrows.
The Guardian - Posted 23/01/2018

Sixty Icon NHS crisis is main worry for Conservative voters, poll suggests
More than 70% of Tory supporters worry about NHS, and fewer than 40% think health secretary should keep his job.
The Guardian - Posted 22/01/2018

Birmingham care workers protest over shift changes
Care home staff have staged a strike over shift changes.
BBC - Posted 22/01/2018

Care home chain axes 'death fees' paid by grieving families a month after their relative had passed away after outcry
A major care home chain has stopped charging grieving families fees for a month after their relative has died following a damning report.
Mail Online - Posted 21/01/2018

Senior Conservative MP urges Jeremy Hunt to put the brakes on backdoor NHS privatisation
Sarah Wollaston said the arguments for the development of the new policy have ‘not been well aired publicly’.
The Independent - Posted 21/01/2018

Orchid View scandal: Families in fresh call for inquiry
Relatives of people who died in the Orchid View care scandal will renew calls for an inquiry in talks with MPs.
BBC - Posted 19/01/2018

NHS bail-outs could become new normal, National Audit Office says
Repeated bail-outs to help the NHS cope with pressure on services and finances could become the "new normal", the National Audit Office has said.
BBC - Posted 19/01/2018

NHS crisis: 100,000 waited 30 minutes in ambulance this winter
Latest figures show almost a quarter of those had to wait at least an hour before being seen.
The Guardian - Posted 18/01/2018

Sixty Icon The health and housing game
Housing associations want to work with the NHS – but they often struggle to get plans out of the nursery. Sophie Barnes reports on how two landlords have managed to get noticed.
Inside Housing - Posted 18/01/2018

Sixty Icon Half of large care home providers have at least one in four failing homes
Analysis of Care Quality Commission inspection results was carried out by Which?
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 18/01/2018

Sixty Icon Life expectancy plummets in parts of UK, data reveals
Experts suggest decline in longevity in post-industrial towns has direct correlation with 'public service cuts and austerity'.
The Independent - Posted 18/01/2018

Great Yarmouth residential care home to close
A care home in Great Yarmouth is going to close after an inspection rated it inadequate.
BBC - Posted 18/01/2018

NHS ‘haemorrhaging’ nurses as 33,000 left their jobs last year
The number of nurses who left the NHS last year could fill at least 20 hospitals as experts warned the health service is caught in a “dangerous downward spiral”.
iNews - Posted 18/01/2018

Healthwatch Lincolnshire launches survey on health and housing
Healthwatch Lincolnshire wants to hear from South Holland residents about their experiences of health and housing in the area.
Spalding Today - Posted 18/01/2018

Sixty Icon PDF: Autumn Budget 2017 - NHS spending
Patients will benefit from £6.3 billion of new funding for frontline NHS services and upgrades to NHS buildings and facilities.
GOV.UK - Posted 17/01/2018

Sixty Icon Easing the burden on the NHS
Housing association Home Group has hired medical practitioners to support its vulnerable tenants and ease the pressure on the health service. Tim Clark shadows its head of clinical practice for the day to find out how it’s working.
Inside Housing - Posted 17/01/2018

Care funding package for some sick and disabled patients ‘falling short’ – MPs
The Continuing Healthcare system is intended to help some of the most vulnerable but care is often “compromised”, the Public Accounts Committee said.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 17/01/2018

Elderly dying amid NHS wrangles over who pays for care, PAC warns
Elderly patients are dying amid NHS wrangles over who pays for care, with thousands denied help which should have been given, a new report suggests.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 17/01/2018

NHS red tape and delays 'compromising care for seriously ill and disabled patients'
Unacceptable delays in the NHS Continuing Healthcare scheme have meant patients died while waiting for funding.
The Independent - Posted 17/01/2018

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