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Issue : 9 June 2011

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  • NHS Confederation deputy director of policy Jo Webber

    Government to set up new arm's length bodySubscription

    News14 June, 2011

    Plans to set up a new arm’s length body to house Public Health England may not go far enough to ensure its independence and could cost the government lost income, experts have warned.

  • NHS Cornwall and Isles of Scilly social enterpise stallsSubscription

    HSJ Local10 June, 2011

    STRUCTURE: NHS Cornwall and Isles of Scilly has delayed approving the transfer of its community services to a social enterprise until the end of June.

  • Six governors elected to Doncaster and BassetlawSubscription

    HSJ Local10 June, 2011

    STRUCTURE: Six governors have been elected to the Doncaster and Bassetlaw Hospital Foundation Trust board of governors.

  • RDE laundry is a money spinnerSubscription

    HSJ Local10 June, 2011

    COMMERCIAL: The Royal Devon and Exeter Foundation Trust is looking to boost its non NHS income through its laundry and children’s nursery.

  • Great Western falls foul of CQC review Subscription

    HSJ Local10 June, 2011

    PERFORMANCE: Great Western Hospitals Foundation Trust has been ordered to improve arrangements for patient dignity and privacy following an inspection by the Care Quality Commission.

  • Ambulance

    NAO find targets led to a 'skewed' approachSubscription

    News10 June, 2011

    Ambulances were dispatched unnecessarily on more than two million occasions in a year because of a “skewed” approach to performance management caused by response time targets.

  • South Central transition costs to top £80m this yearSubscription

    HSJ Local9 June, 2011

    FINANCE: NHS organisations in the South Central area have agreed to financial plans setting out more than £80m of transitional costs.

  • NHS Wandsworth plans Referral Management CentreSubscription

    HSJ Local9 June, 2011

    FINANCE: The south west London primary care trust has invited expressions of interest to bid for a £3m two-year contract for the call centre.

  • A community nurse in a car

    Value in modernisation: an HSJ IT supplementSubscription

    Supplements9 June, 2011

    HSJ’s latest information technology supplement looks at wireless technology for community healthcare workers, predictive models for patient admissions - and how the prison service is adapting an IT system used by GPs to share inmates’ medical details.

  • Health secretary Andrew Lansley speaking

    Andrew Lansley to speak at Commissioning Show 2011 - HSJ subscriber free ticket offerSubscription

    News9 June, 2011

    Andrew Lansley will address hundreds of GPs and health professionals at the Commissioning Show 2011 in his first speech since the government’s “listening exercise” ended - and HSJ is offering subscribers the opportunity to attend for free.

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