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Fiona Booth joins Healthcode

Fiona Booth (pictured), the former chief executive of the Association of Independent Healthcare Organisations, is to take up a position at Healthcode, an IT...

AXA launches new cover for companies in Saudi Arabia

AXA has launched international insurance policies for companies based in Saudi Arabia. The new ‘Prestige’ and ‘Prestige Plus’ plans will be available to locally-based businesses...

Fortius announces partnership with Wimbledon AFC

Fortius Clinic has continued to expand its presence in professional sport after entering into an official partnership with AFC Wimbledon as the club’s health and wellbeing...

Gender divide in cosmetic procedures

The number of cosmetic surgery procedures being performed is declining slightly, but a gender divide is becoming ‘clear’ for some treatments, according to the...

Priory makes key appointments ahead of anticipated sale

Priory Group has made a number of key appointments and launched a major recruitment drive to meet increasing demand across the sector. Paul Pritchard has...

Health Secretary announces £250m investment in AI

A new National Artificial Intelligence Lab that will use the power of artificial intelligence (AI) to improve the health and lives of patients is...

King Edward VII’s Hospital introduces da Vinci Xi robot

King Edward VII’s Hospital has become the first hospital in the Harley Street district to introduce the latest da Vinci surgical system, the da...

Government takes up mental health review recommendations

The government has said it will introduce a new Mental Health Bill focused on modernising and improving mental health care in England. It follows publication...

CQC consultation on regulating private services

The Care Quality Commission (CQC) is asking for stakeholder's views on its plans to evolve its approach to regulating independent healthcare services in England...

Waiting times review must not dilute standards, warn MPs

MPs have warned NHS England (NHSE) not to use its review of waiting times to ‘water down’ standards and make failing targets easier to...