Category list : CALDERDALE PCT
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Calderdale runs dentistry consultationSubscription
STRUCTURE: Calderdale CCG is asking its local population to feed into a consultation on the future of dental services across West Yorkshire
Calderdale CCG authorised with one conditionSubscription
STRUCTURE: Calderdale CCG has been authorised by the NHS Commissioning Board with one condition.
'Significant political risks' to Mid Yorks QIPPSubscription
FINANCE: West Yorkshire QIPP schemes - centred on the critical service reconfiguration of Mid Yorkshire Hospitals Trust - face “significant political and reputational risks”, the area’s QIPP tracker admits.
Mid Yorkshire to get £6m for restructuringSubscription
FINANCE: Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust’s commissioners have agreed to provide £6m to the trust to support restructuring for cost improvement, following £10m already provided.
Two directors appointed to West Yorkshire LATSubscription
WORKFORCE: Two directors have been appointed to the NHS Commissioning Board’s West Yorkshire Local Area Team, which is still without an overall LAT director.
COMMERCIAL: A partnership between Yorkshire Ambulance Service Trust and GP out of hours and urgent care provider Local Care Direct has been named preferred provider for NHS 111 in the Yorkshire and Humber region.
Calderdale CCG sumbits authorisation applicationSubscription
STRUCTURE: Calderdale CCG, which covers the area of Calderdale PCT, has submitted its authorisation application.
WORKFORCE: Matt Walsh, formerly NHS Calderdale, Kirklees and Wakefield medical director, has become the transitional accountable officer of Calderdale CCG on a full time basis.
FINANCE: The 2012-13 quality, innovation, productivity and prevention plan for the Calderdale, Kirklees and Wakefield PCT Cluster has not been finally signed off, an SHA cluster board report notes.
Troubled Yorkshire trust may need to be split upSubscription
FINANCE: A Yorkshire hospital trust has begun addressing its huge financial challenge, but will later need to attempt major service reconfiguration, and may ultimately face being split up.