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HEE under fire for 'inexplicable' physio cutsSubscription
Health Education England has come under fire for “inexplicable” cuts to physiotherapy training places at universities this year.
Controversial out of hours shake-up faces delaySubscription
COMMERCIAL: Shropshire and Telford and Wrekin clinical commissioning groups will today consider whether to delay a decision to place the region’s out of hours care services out to tender.
NHS England will remain responsible for many of the budgets being delegated to Greater Manchester under the devolution programme as it is employing the region’s new chief officer.
New research into staffing levels within NHS hospitals has suggested a link between a higher proportion of healthcare assistants versus registered nurses employed by trusts and a rise in patient mortality.
At least £400m of NHS transformation funding has been “ringfenced” for technology projects, NHS England’s digital lead has said.
PATIENT EXPERIENCE: A funding dispute threatens to delay the discharge of learning disability patients from Calderstones Hospital, HSJ has learned.
DEVOLUTION: A South West region that includes the clinical commissioning group with the largest deficit in the country has submitted a devolution bid.
NHS system leaders should put a US style “meaningful use” clause into provider contracts to require hospitals to meet key digital standards by October 2018, Lord Carter has recommended.
The largest outcomes based contracting tender exercise in the country has been paused in response to the collapse of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough’s £800m contract for older people’s care.
Patient Safety Congress and AwardsSubscription
5-6 July – Manchester Central, Manchester