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NHS England boss Stevens is a "canny comms operator"

NHS England boss Simon Stevens is a "canny comms operator" who knew the risks of contradicting the Government on NHS spending, according to senior public sector comms chiefs.
PRWeek

Simon Stevens told to 'calm down' NHS furore or risk his future 


Telegraph.co.uk

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News video: NHS chief executive Simon Stevens Discusses Pension Reforms In Lords

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NHS chief executive Simon Stevens Discusses Pension Reforms In Lords.
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News video: NHS England to invest £1bn a year  in mental health by 2020

NHS England to invest £1bn a year in mental health by 2020

CEO of NHS England Simon Stevens says an extra £1bn a year is to be invested to expand mental health services across the country.
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Letter: ​Delivering sustainable health care in Dorset

letter: ​delivering sustainable health care in dorset
Whilst I fully support the call for all residents to take an interest and input into the Dorset Clinical Services Review - letter from J Camsooksai in 6th January edition - the need for a long term,..
Blackmore Vale

NHS chief Simon Stevens warns Theresa May that 2018 will be 'the toughest year' as spending falls

The chief executive of NHS England clashes with he Prime Minister over spending and social care - after reports of tension with No.10 over his 'unenthusiastic' attitude
Independent

Number 10 urged to back Simon Stevens amid claims of a spat 


Telegraph.co.uk

Theresa May and NHS chief Simon Stevens are said to be at daggers drawn amid growing crisis in health service 

theresa may and nhs chief simon stevens are said to be at daggers drawn amid growing crisis in health service 
The PM's aides privately accused Simon Stevens, pictured, of a lack of enthusiasm and being too slow to react to the unprecedented pressure at A&E departments, it was claimed today.
MailOnline

NHS boss says laywers who tout for business in hospitals cost £440m a year

nhs boss says laywers who tout for business in hospitals cost £440m a year
Simon Stevens, head of the NHS, has said personal injury claims firms were ‘sucking’ £440million a year out of the Health Service – enough to pay for 15,000 nurses.
MailOnline

NHS chief hits out at 'selfish' New Year's Eve revellers who need treatment at A&E

nhs chief hits out at 'selfish' new year's eve revellers who need treatment at a&e
Simon Stevens says the NHS is being treated as the ‘National Hangover Service’, with party lifestyles putting intolerable strain on hospitals and ambulances.
MailOnline

NHS turning into 'national hangover service', health chief warns

Simon Stevens condemns 'selfish' party-goers
Independent

We're not the National Hangover Service, says NHS chief

we're not the national hangover service, says nhs chief
Simon Stevens says the NHS is being treated as the ‘National Hangover Service’, with party lifestyles putting intolerable strain on hospitals and ambulances.
MailOnline

'Social care must be front of the queue': NHS chief urges a Government overhaul to offer older people a 'triple guarantee' of their care, pensions and homes

'social care must be front of the queue': nhs chief urges a government overhaul to offer older people a 'triple guarantee' of their care, pensions and homes
Simon Stevens (pictured) warned about 'blind alleys' in the integration of the health service with social care for the elderly, amid concerns about a funding crisis for local authorities.
MailOnline

No10 'gunnning for' NHS chief who defied PM: Aides warn they will 'fix' health boss who told MPs that Theresa May exaggerated money promised to hospitals 

no10 'gunnning for' nhs chief who defied pm: aides warn they will 'fix' health boss who told mps that theresa may exaggerated money promised to hospitals 
Simon Stevens caused fury at No 10 by telling MPs that the Prime Minister had exaggerated the amount of extra money promised to the National Health Service.
MailOnline

Sore throat patients told to avoid seeing doctor

sore throat patients told to avoid seeing doctor
The NHS could save £34 million a year if patients with sore throats go to their pharmacy instead of a GP, new plans have revealed. It is hoped the measure will also help cut resistance to antibiotics..
Burton Mail

Patients with sore throats told to see a chemist NOT a GP in plan to save NHS £34m

patients with sore throats told to see a chemist not a gp in plan to save nhs £34m
It is hoped the measure will help reduce pressure on over-stretched family doctors. It will also lead to faster treatments for common ailments, says to NHS chief executive Simon Stevens.
MailOnline

NHS chiefs are forced by the Court of Appeal to reconsider paying for a £20million a year HIV prevention drug

nhs chiefs are forced by the court of appeal to reconsider paying for a £20million a year hiv prevention drug
NHS England, run by Simon Stevens (pictured) argued it was limited to treating those already infected but three Court of Appeal judges upheld a High Court ruling that it did have the power.
MailOnline

Should hospitals tax or even ban sugary drinks?

should hospitals tax or even ban sugary drinks?
NHS staff and the public are being asked whether a ban or tax should be made on sugary drinks sold in hospitals. Chief executive Simon Stevens says trials at four hospitals have shown the proposals can..
Grimsby Telegraph


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