Inside the NHS with Channel 4 News and Dispatches in an era of reform and cuts.
We all hope to grow old one day. So why does the question of how we'll pay for our social care fail to light the political touchpaper.
The doctor will Skype you now: One GP explains (via Skype) how a Skype consultation works, and says some people prefer it to meeting face to face - especially for those more embarrassing ailments...
An unusually high number of reports on the care system in England are being released this week - all of them are urging a rethink of the way health and care are delivered.
Published exactly a year ago, the Francis report triggered a plethora of reviews into how the NHS is run. But have they led to real improvements in service at a time of extreme financial pressure?
The row over plans to extract GPs' patient records and put them onto a massive database shows no signs of abating. And the fact that NHS data is constantly compromised.
Full-time carers, who take a huge spending burden off government, are facing a £1bn cut in support over the next four years.
Patients are once again facing a postcode lottery over which drugs they are prescribed. So what can the body that approves treatments for the NHS do to change this?