Category: Hospitals

BMA demands answers as work stops at Royal Liverpool and Midland Metropolitan

The chair of the British Medical Association has demanded answers about the future of two major hospitals that Carillion was building when it collapsed, amid mounting concern about the impact of any delays on stretched NHS services.

Patients’ groups joined the doctors’ trade body in calling for clarity after local NHS trusts admitted that work on the £335m Royal Liverpool University and Birmingham’s £350m Midland Metropolitan hospitals is on hold.

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Thousands of private sector workers at risk and 30,000 small firms owed money may lose out

Thousands of staff who worked for the collapsed construction firm Carillion inside private sector companies will have their wages stopped on Wednesday unless their jobs are rescued by other firms, the government has said.

Experts also said up to 30,000 small firms were owed money by Carillion, which crashed into liquidation on Monday morning, with insolvency practitioners reporting an immediate rush of calls from worried business owners.

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The construction conglomerate – one of the government’s biggest contractors – is hoping rescue talks taking place this weekend will produce a solution to its cash woes and halt a collapse

The vast Carillion construction and public services group was fighting for survival this weekend as management, the government and lenders to the stricken construction services firm were locked in rescue talks.

The company is bleeding cash from several contracts that have turned sour and it is struggling under the weight of £1.5bn of debt, including a huge £590m pension deficit.

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A study by Yale researchers found that the rate of out-of-network doctor’s bills for customers of a big insurer jumped when EmCare entered a hospital.
A disgruntled doctor’s rampage won’t stop residents who go there for care, support and prayer — or even lottery tickets and a cup of coffee.
As doctors and nurses reported to work at Bronx-Lebanon Hospital Center for the first time since a horrific shooting, they began to reconcile their grief with colleagues’ tales of heroism.
Henry Bello graduated from medical school, but struggled with arrests, bankruptcies and homelessness before opening fire in the Bronx, killing one and wounding six others.
The immediate care given to many of those wounded at the Bronx hospital shooting could be the most critical factor in whether they survive.
The gunman, who was wearing a white lab coat, opened fire with an assault rifle inside Bronx-Lebanon Hospital Center, officials said.
For five-figure annual fees, boutique medical services offer the wealthiest Americans the chance to cut the line and receive the best treatment.
Hospitals and a new generation of medical tourism companies are luring well-heeled Chinese patients away from an overburdened health care system.
A hospital chaplain counsels people in the throes of medical emergencies, unexpected diagnoses and end-of-life decisions.
The blast struck a military-owned hospital in the capital on Monday, three years after the army seized power to thwart a populist movement in the kingdom.

Health secretary Jeremy Hunt breaks his silence to say NHS has not suffered second wave of attacks

We’re closing the liveblog coverage now. Here’s our latest story from my colleagues Haroon Siddique and Jessica Elgot. Thanks for reading.

Related: Warning of NHS cyber-attack risk was not acted on, says cybersecurity adviser

The Guardian has spoken to an IT worker whose company has paid out in total around £80,000 to ransomware attackers over the last year, most recently following an attack three months ago.

The 34-year-old IT support worker in the UK, who wishes to remain anonymous, said once the ransom was handed over, those behind the attack were “very, very helpful”.

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Road closings during races can cause critical delays for patients trying to get to the hospital or waiting for an ambulance.

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