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Seven in 10 trusts 'require improvement' or are 'inadequate', says CQC

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Seven out of 10 NHS trusts rated by the Care Quality Commission under its new inspections regime were found to be inadequate or requiring improvement, an HSJ analysis of published ratings reveals.

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Video: 'We need to put right the deficit in NHS leadership' Video

HSJ’s inquiry panel to focus on talent recruitment and retention

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Exclusive: Ombudsman seeks new powers to investigate NHS

A new public services ombudsman should be established with powers to probe the decisions of clinical commissioning groups and councils, the Parliamentary Health Services Ombudsman has said.

Cambridge

CCG appoints NHS-led consortium for £800m flagship contract

Commissioners have selected a consortium led by NHS providers as preferred bidder for a pioneering £800m contract for older people’s services in Cambridgeshire.

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Harmonise culture and leadership: The formula for successful hospital chains

Avoiding the pitfalls of establishing chains, according to a Swiss health chief executive

Southampton City Council

Facilities management special report: Integrate the estates

Boosting integration through smarter use of estates

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