News articles supporting the case for low cost healthcare insurance and health cash plans

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Junior doctors are due to walk out at 8am to 5pm on Tuesday 26th April and Wednesday 27th April.  For the first time in NHS history emergency care will not be provided by junior doctors.

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The full walkout by junior doctors on the 26th and 27th April from 8.00 am to 17.00 there will be a full walk is particularly causing concerns for patient safety.  Further exasperating waiting times for operations, appointments and tests consider  a health cash plan which could help you to afford private medical treatment, speeding up access to specialist consultation and diagnostic procedures.


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The full walkout by junior doctors on the 26th and 27th April from 8.00 am to 17.00 there will be a full walk is particularly causing concerns for patient safety.  Further exasperating waiting times for operations, appointments and tests consider  a health cash plan which could help you to afford private medical treatment, speeding up access to specialist consultation and diagnostic procedures.


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The latest junior doctors strike has bought the total cancelled operations up to 19,000.   Thousands of check ups, appointments and tests have also been affected.

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NHS trusts in England have overspent by £2.2billion at only three quarters of the way through the financial year but is it a case of under funding rather than over spending?

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Temporary emergency changes put in place last year for maternity, neonatal and gynaecology services are set to remain for the foreseeable future within Worcestershire because staffing levels have not improved enough to enable the temporary changes to be reversed.  

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NHS waiting times and staff shortages have been cited as reasons for The British Social Attitudes 2015 survey recording the largest ever rise in public dissatisfaction with the NHS.

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A&E experiences its worst performance since records began as the pessure of the winter NHS crisis deepens.

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The CQC found that Wye Valley NHS trust which runs Herefordshire’s hospitals is to stay in special measures as it has been rated as inadequate for safely and responsiveness.  

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