NHS Commissioning Board Authority goes live

The NHS Commissioning Board Authority, a special health authority and the shadow form of the NHS Commissioning Board, is now in operation. Sir David Nicholson, Chief Executive designate said: ‘Building this new system over the next two years, while delivering for our patients, increasing productivity and improving the quality of care, is a major challenge'.

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Bridge2Aid raises £3000 at Showcase

Bridge2Aid gathered over 550 friends and supporters of the charity together at this years’ BDTA Dental Showcase for their Party and Casino night and are delighted to have raised over £3000 towards emergency dental care in Tanzania. Bridge2Aid has also endorsed the ‘Heart Your Smile’campaign.

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Orthodontist takes on the chairmanship of Health Watch

At a recent meeting of the charity Health Watch, Consultant Orthodontist Keith Isaacson, was elected as Chairman. Keith has been a member of Health Watch virtually since its inception in 1992. Its aim is to ensure that media coverage of evidence-based medical treatment is accurate.

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CQC warns Congleton practice

The Care Quality Commission (CQC) has warned Dr Setumo Madiehe that improvements must be made to the practice at 7 West Street, Congleton, Cheshire. It is thought that this is the first time CQC has taken such action. The practice could be closed if improvements are not made. The local PCT has also expressed concerns about the practice.

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Research shows scaling prevents heart attack

Two new studies claim to show links between mouth hygiene,gum disease and cardiovascular events. Researchers in Taiwan found that dental patients who had their teeth cleaned and scaled professionally had reduced risks of heart attack and stroke, while researchers in Sweden found that the type of periodontal disease may predict degree of risks for heart attack, stroke and heart failure.

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