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UK Health Secretary announces 600 mn coronavirus

The United Kingdom Health Secretary Matt Hancock on May 15 announced that the government will invest 600 million in care homes to help its residents While speaking at the daily coronavirus briefing Hancock along with chief medical officer Dr Jenny Harries and the medical director of primary care for NHS England Dr Nikki Kanani detailed on how the government intends t help the care home

Matt Hancock announces care home task force

Matt Hancock announces care home task force Health Secretary Matt Hancock has announced a plan to support care homes through the coronavirus pandemic including a task force chaired by David Pearson The task force will help implement a focus on infection control provide a clinical lead for each home as well as supporting care homes with extra payments to provide staff cover

Matt Hancock announces care home task force

Matt Hancock announces care home task force Health Secretary Matt Hancock has announced a plan to support care homes through the coronavirus pandemic including a task force chaired by David Pearson The task force will help implement a focus on infection control provide a clinical lead for each home as well as supporting care homes with extra payments to provide staff cover

Matt Hancock asks MPs and peers for views on adult

Matt Hancock has written to MPs and peers urging them to help secure a cross-party consensus on reform of the adult social care system as the government commits to finding an answer to the ongoing problem In his letter the health secretary says he is determined to find a sustainable solution to the problem of people being hit by large costs that are hard to plan for when their loved ones

Matt Hancock announces expansion of coronavirus

Matt Hancock today announced coronavirus testing eligibility is being extended to include all over-65s and workers who cannot work from home – but only if they have symptoms All asymptomatic staff and patients at hospitals and care homes will also now be able to get checked

Matt Hancock launches GP IT Futures contract

The Secretary of State for Health and Social Care Matt Hancock During a keynote address at the King's Fund Digital Health and Care Congress yesterday (Thursday 23 May) Hancock said under the contract providers will have to follow standards on interoperability and data access systems will need to be continuously upgradable and patient data will have to be securely hosted in the cloud

Matt Hancock bans pagers from the NHS

The Health and Social Care secretary Matt Hancock has ordered the removal of pagers for non-emergency communications by the end of 2021 All NHS Trust hospitals will be expected to have plans and infrastructure in place in place to ensure this is possible by the end of September 2020 NHS staff teams will instead use modern alternatives such as apps and smart phones – which can deliver

Government announces extra 240 million for social

Government announces extra 240 million for social care packages this winter Health and social care secretary Matt Hancock looks to ease pressure on the NHS by freeing up 'vital hospital beds' and getting people the 'care they deserve' By Luke Haynes on October 3 2018 in Adults Children Image: 5second The government has announced a cash injection of 240 million for social care services

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Matt Hancock who is self-isolating with virus symptoms Hancock announces details of a life assurance scheme for NHS and social care workers who die on the front lines with Covid-19 April 27: Boris Johnson enters 10 Downing Street after making a statement to the press following his return to work Daily briefing delivered by: Hancock Daily Mail 27 April Tuesday 28 April Johnson

New Health Secretary announces 200m of funding to

Social Care Suppliers Awards Search New Health Secretary announces 200m of funding to create further NHS technology exemplars 14-Sep-2018 Technology Matt Hancock increases investment in technology by announcing new global digital exemplars Matt Hancock the new Health Secretary has voiced his intention to promote the use of innovative technology in order to improve NHS services

Social care reform could be further delayed due to

Health and Social Care Secretary Matt Hancock has said social care reform could be further delayed because of the coronavirus pandemic Mr Hancock (pictured) told the daily coronavirus briefing yesterday that it would not be "straightforward" to meet the Prime Minister's target of getting the long-awaited reforms under way this year

Matt Hancock announces bid for prime minister

Health secretary Matt Hancock has put himself forward to be next prime minister following Theresa May's resignation Mr Hancock took the role of health secretary in July 2018 taking over from Jeremy Hunt – who announced his candidacy on Friday last week – having previously served as culture media and sport secretary for six months

Boris Johnson announces coronavirus 'battle plan' for

Mr Hancock said: Public safety is our top priority Our battle plan will ensure that as this escalates every part of Government is working together to share the responsibility of tackling the health economic and social impacts of Covid-19 The Government and the NHS

Matt Hancock unveils new digital strategy for care and the

Matt Hancock unveils new digital strategy for care and the NHS with insight from Jeesal Group and Care Horizons Matt Hancock the Health and Social Care Secretary has announced plans to overhaul the digital support used by care services and promote the use of advanced technology to supplement and support existing care provision

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Matt Hancock announces new life assurance scheme for families of frontline staff Health and Social Care Secretary Matt Hancock has announced a new life assurance scheme for the families of frontline staff who die from Covid-19 He told the Downing Street briefing that 82 NHS workers and 16 social care staff had

DHSC social care task force to 'keep staff and residents safe'

Coronavirus: Matt Hancock announces launch of new social care task force to 'keep staff and residents safe' Health secretary Matt Hancock has announced the launch of a new social care task force to 'keep staff and residents safe' from coronavirus The National Covid-19 Social Care Support Taskforce would lead the next phase of the government's response to the virus as it continues to ease

Matt Hancock announces expansion of coronavirus

Health Secretary Matt Hancock this evening announced a massive expansion of the UK's coronavirus testing regime Access to coronavirus tests was initially restricted to patients and NHS staff It was then rolled out to include the social care sector before then being opened up to all key workers

Boris Johnson announces coronavirus 'battle plan' for

Mr Hancock said: Public safety is our top priority Our battle plan will ensure that as this escalates every part of Government is working together to share the responsibility of tackling the health economic and social impacts of Covid-19 The Government and the NHS

Coronavirus: Leicester travel ban could be imposed if

A travel-ban will be introduced in crisis-hit Leicester if its people disobey the new local lockdown rules imposed on the city Matt Hancock is warning The health secretary said he expected its citizens to abide by a voluntary call for them not to leave for neighbouring places because "they want

Matt Hancock announces plans for NHS hospitals and

Matt Hancock announces plans for NHS hospitals and GP practices to get fibre optic internet May 1 2019 Matt Hancock has announced plans to ensure every hospital GP practice and community care service is able to utilise fibre connectivity As the NHS TongWeis its journey to cloud based web systems ensuring healthcare organisations are utilising fast connections will be vital The announcement

Matt Hancock announces hospitals will restart vital

Matt Hancock announces hospitals will restart vital services including cancer care from tomorrow The NHS will restart some vital services including cancer care from Tuesday as the country begins to recover from coronavirus the Health Secretary announced today Matt Hancock said that key parts of the health service which had been paused due to doctors and nurses being transferred COVID-19

Matt Hancock Says 'Not Enough Demand' For

Matt Hancock: All key NHS and social care workers who need tests will receive them At the daily coronavirus press breifing Health Secretary Matt Hancock announces all key NHS and social care workers who need to be tested for Covid-19 will receive tests

Government announces extra 240 million for social

Government announces extra 240 million for social care packages this winter Health and social care secretary Matt Hancock looks to ease pressure on the NHS by freeing up 'vital hospital beds' and getting people the 'care they deserve' By Luke Haynes on October 3 2018 in Adults Children Image: 5second The government has announced a cash injection of 240 million for social care services

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