2 April 2014
The Law Commission's report recommended all recognised health care professions be regulated under a single piece of legislation.
Over the course of 2014, key stakeholders expressed concerns over NHS finances and operations, including government committees, NHS England and Monitor.
14 May 2014
The Act brought together previous care and support legislative provisions and built on the recommendations from the Law Commission, Dilnot Commission and Francis inquiry.
30 June 2014
In March 2014, the government announced it would close the ILF and responsibility for users passed to local authorities from July.
Monitor, CQC and TDA released a joint publication on special measures as a guide for NHS trusts and foundation trusts.
Following the 'horsemeat scandal' in 2013, the government asked Professor Chris Elliot to review the assurance of food supply networks.
WHO designated the outbreak a Public Health Emergency of International Concern. The epidemic affected 10 countries.
NHS England offer GPs cash for dementia diagnoses, provoking strong media reaction and criticism from both doctors and the general public.
8 October 2014
The Department of Health set out national waiting time standards for mental health services
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