According to government-commissioned evaluation, the reviews given by the "friends and family" of David Cameron on the satisfaction survey of hospitals was considered as "not required" by the public. It was suggested that the reviews should be terminated in their current state as it can result in misleadingly negative views about NHS.
NHS Warwickshire North Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) has launched a new website to encourage people to get involved and know what local health services are available to them.
The CCG holds the responsibility for planning, developing and commissioning hospital, community health & mental health services
Sources suggested about the launch of investigation into the death of a 66-year-old woman at the Stafford hospital.
The inquiry was launched in the matter of the diabetic woman in 2007. Mrs. Astbury was an in-patient at the hospital, named. The patient died of diabetic ketoacidosis. She died because of the failure of the hospital staff to provide her with insulin.
Sir Robert G. Edwards, who helped thousand of infertile parents have babies through "In Vitro Fertilization" technique, died at 87 at his home on 10th April near Cambridge, England.
He was awarded with Nobel Prize in 2010 for developing IVF technique. His death was announced by The University of Cambridge, where he worked for several years.
A dossier revealed that a glitch in 111 line service in NHS England led to a long delay for patients in 30 to 37 areas using the service. Daily Telegraph disclosed that the error in telephone systems automatically closed the calls that were meant to be passed to doctors and nurses.
According to recent figures, number of people from Scotland donating organs has risen by some 74% in last five years. Number of Scots donating organs has risen up from 54 in 2007-08 to 94 in 2012-13, avowed the figures by the Scottish Government. It also emerged that there was drop in number of people dying of waiting for organ donation from 55 to 34.
As a part of funding package worth £60m, St. Luke's Hospice has been given away funds of £850,000 to carry out improvements.
The share given to the hospice is one of the largest in the country. The funds are meant to make the services in the South Yorkshire hospices up to date, avowed Deputy Prime Minister and Sheffield Hallam MP Nick Clegg.
According to Unicef, children and young people in the country are facing a depressing future under the coalition government as compared to the Labour government.
The charity ranks Unicef on 16th position out of the total 29 countries on the basis of the quantity of the direct challenge to the government's austerity agenda and widespread tightening of access to benefits.