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Birmingham foundation trusts confirm merger planSubscription
Two Birmingham foundation trusts have confirmed they will merge following the decision last year for them to share a chief executive.
One of the biggest contracts ever put out to tender by the NHS has collapsed just eight months after going live, after commissioners and the provider consortium agreed it was not “financially sustainable”.
FINANCE: A ‘lack of rigorous financial control’ at Heart of England Foundation Trust will lead to a £63m deficit this year unless a new recovery plan can improve its position, its latest reports show.
Julie Moore to run second FT: What does it mean?Subscription
One of England’s most influential NHS chief executives, University Hospitals Birmingham Foundation Trust’s Dame Julie Moore, has been appointed to simultaneously run its neighbouring acute trust. David Williams considers the implications.
Exclusive: Julie Moore to run two Birmingham FTsSubscription
Dame Julie Moore, the chief executive of University Hospitals Birmingham Foundation Trust, is to take over the leadership of its troubled neighbour Heart of England FT, HSJ has learned.
COMMERCIAL: A controversial procurement of mental health services for young people could have ‘catastrophic’ consequences for related services and the people who rely on them, according to an independent impact assessment.
WORKFORCE: A troubled foundation trust has delayed appointing a chief executive after Monitor launched an investigation into its finances.
COMMERCIAL: South Warwickshire Foundation Trust has established a partnership with a large scale GP federation, with the intention of bidding together for a local community services contract.
Exclusive: Birmingham FT boss to run two trustsSubscription
Sarah-Jane Marsh is to be appointed chief executive officer of Birmingham Women’s Hospital Foundation Trust, a role she will take on in addition to her current job in charge of Birmingham Children’s Hospital FT.
Government wades into Birmingham referrals rowSubscription
The government has waded into the row between a leading foundation trust and a group of commissioners after closing its doors to “out of area” referrals for routine care