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Waiting list pressures at Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust have resulted in a £10.7m overspend for Oxfordshire clinical commissioning group in the financial year to October 2013.
United Lincolnshire Hospitals Trust has built up almost double the deficit it forecast in the seven months to October.
FINANCE Peterborough and Stamford Hospitals Foundation Trust has completed of the sale of the former Peterborough District Hospital site, netting the trust £7.4m, it has announced.
FINANCE: Commissioners in Warwickshire and Worcestershire have said they need to save 10 per cent on their support service costs, and have set out where they are considering spending less.
FINANCE: East and North Hertfordshire Trust reported a year to date deficit of £262,000 at the end of October, which was £1.4m behind its plan.
FINANCE: North Bristol Trust was behind its finance plan by £1.4m at the end of October.
Bolton Foundation Trust believes it can still achieve its planned deficit, despite missing a recent financial target, board papers show.
COMMERCE: Serco has become the latest bidder to withdraw from a contest to provide integrated older people’s services in a contract worth up to £800m, HSJ has learned.
Kent and Medway and Social Care Partnership Trust is seeking to cut its energy use by 23 per cent and reduce its carbon emissions by 25 per cent by 2015.
FINANCE: Monitor has launched an investigation into poor financial performance at Wirral University Teaching Hospital Foundation Trust.