The Conservative Party's plans for an extra £8 billion annual health spending aren't enough to halt a decline in quality care – never mind transform the NHS.
When employees of dodgy companies or slipshod institutions put it all on the line to do the right thing, why do we hang them out to dry?
More nurses and higher education levels - not a change in values - are needed if nursing in Britain is to regain its world-leading status.
The tories have promised £8bn a year for the #NHS but further cuts for local government will affect our health.
The devolution of NHS budget to Manchester is part of a broader trend that allows central government enough control but without much of the responsibility for delivery or failure.
DevoManc will see £6 billion devolved to Greater Manchester for the NHS, and
Research suggests that physician-led hospitals do better, so let's have more of them please.
Health secretary Jeremy Hunt says A&Es are seeing and treating people faster than any other country that measures performance. Is he right?
Management and financial performance measures are only a small part of the story of how we maintain the NHS.
If you want to know how well a health system works or not, ask the people who use it.
Cooperation and communication are the cornerstones of patient care and safety but it's all too easy to dismiss with a shrug.
The Green Party offers an ambitious health manifesto, wanting to allocate £20 billion more to health care by 2020.
The NHS black hole that is being sidestepped in the lead up to the election.
The backroom staff of our biggest bureaucracies are an easy political target, but making good on promises for cuts is harder than it looks.
UKIP's manifesto makes misleading claims on health tourism.
The Conservatives' statements on health do not stand up to scrutiny, while their promises on mental health are vague
Labour's health manifesto does not rule out all NHS privatisation, despite vowing to protect service's public status.
Labour claims that 590 fewer GP practices are now open in the evenings and on weekends. Are they right?
Cycling undoubtedly has health benefits but it also comes with costs – which is the greater concern?
Evidence from four pilot surgeries suggest an 8% drop in A&E admissions.