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Tuesday 21st October 2014

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20th Oct 2014

Sport to improve lives of people with mental health problems

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Sport scheme to help people with mental health problems launched.

Contract negotiations between BMA and NHS Employers collapse

Medical contract negotiations suddenly collapsed last night between British Medical Association and NHS Employers.

Health Service Journal

Scans cancelled across Wales

Nine hospitals affected by radiographer strike.

BBC News

Pharmacies could help NHS save £1bn a year

The Royal Pharmaceutical Society claims treating common ailments at community pharmacies could save the NHS £1bn.

BBC News

Too much coffee can reduce a man's fertility

A study finds too much coffee can reduce a man's ability to father children.

The Telegraph

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17th Oct 2014

Leeds sign contract with CSC

Leeds have signed a £1.8m contract with CSC for its electronic prescribing and medicines administration system.

e-Health Insider

Docman gets full approval

PCTI's Docman software is approved as GP Systems of Choice service.

e-Health Insider

Health office monitored for Ebola

A Texas health official is being monitored for any signs of Ebola.

Modern Healthcare

Inspectors say hospital safety is shocking

Inspectors from the CQC say hospital standards in England are shocking after results of 82 hospitals inspected under a new, tougher regime.

BBC News

Charity wants sale of laxatives regulated

Beat, the eating disorder charity, has called for the sale of laxatives to be more strictly regulated.

OnMedica

Ebola vaccine will come too late

Experts say the Ebola vaccine will be too late for the current epidemic.

BBC News

16th Oct 2014

Windows XP still used by two thirds of trusts

A short survey by EHI finds more than two thirds of trusts have not migrated off Windows XP.

e-Health Insider

New test to identify ovarian cancer

Scientists claim they have a new test to help doctors identify ovarian cancer more accurately.

BBC News

NHS losing billions a year

Errors are costing the NHS up to £2.5bn a year.

BBC News

London should lead digital health revolution

A report by the London Health Commission suggests London should be digital health pioneer.

e-Health Insider

Fee hike planned for GP practices

The CQC is raising all registration fees which means GP practices will pay an extra 9%.

OnMedica

Ebola: US health officials seek 132 air passengers

US officials are looking for 132 air passengers who flew on a place with a nurse on day before she started showing symptoms of Ebola.

BBC News

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