The Department of Health and the Treasury have agreed to transfer more than £1bn from the department’s capital budget in 2016-17 to smooth the impact of the steep fall in its non-NHS England revenue budget, HSJ has learned.
David Fish to head up Essex success regimeSubscription
New chief executive for East KentSubscription
Lancashire faces £800m funding gapSubscription
The removal of protected status from all Department of Health budgets not controlled by NHS England will see the pot of money that pays for health education, public health, and capital projects subjected to huge cuts over the coming half-decade.
HSJ100 marks seismic change in NHS leadershipSubscription
This year’s HSJ100 demonstrates the huge overhaul in NHS leadership driven by the Conservative’s election victory, the unprecedented challenges facing the service and the development of new care models.