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Issue : 1 December 2011

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  • Delayed discharges force Royal Devon to cut operationsSubscription

    HSJ Local7 December, 2011

    PERFORMANCE: Royal Devon and Exeter Foundation Trust was forced to reduce elective procedures due to the high number of patients waiting for suitable ongoing care outside hospital.

  • NHS deputy chief executive David Flory

    Flory plans CCG finance chief 'accreditation' processSubscription

    News7 December, 2011

    It will be “very, very difficult” to find chief financial officers for all of the 200-plus clinical commissioning groups that will take over NHS commissioning from 2013, David Flory has warned.

  • Mental health priority paper

    Making progress in mental health policy and practice - an HSJ supplementSubscription

    Supplements3 December, 2011

    This week’s HSJ supplement in association with Lloyds Pharmacy looks at how a new direction for mental health strategy must take this opportunity to improve outcomes for patients with mental health issues.

  • CQC holds up Devon Partnership FT timetableSubscription

    HSJ Local2 December, 2011

    PERFORMANCE: Devon Partnership Trust’s foundation trust application has been delayed due to a responsive review by the Care Quality Commission.

  • Cornwall Partnership governance risk downgradedSubscription

    HSJ Local2 December, 2011

    PERFORMANCE: Cornwall Partnership Foundation Trust’s Monitor governance rating has been downgraded to amber/red owing to Care Quality Commision concerns about services.

  • Coins and notes of engilsh money

    HSJ supplement - special finance reportSubscription

    Supplements2 December, 2011

    This HSJ special finance report looks at the financial future for trusts eyeing foundation status, new legislation designed to stop bribery that could catch some organisations out, and why it can be difficult to find a finance director.

  • New technology PDA IT record keeping electronic records

    HSJ supplement - special technology reportSubscription

    Supplements2 December, 2011

    This HSJ special technology report looks at the benefit of handheld devices in the health service, and the problems facing telehealth as a solution to unplanned admissions.

  • Eleven homicides investigated at AWPSubscription

    HSJ Local1 December, 2011

    PERFORMANCE: Avon and Wiltshire Partnership Trust is subject to 11 investigations into homicides by NHS South West, more than any other mental health trust in the region.

  • Solent trust slipping against surplus targetSubscription

    HSJ Local1 December, 2011

    FINANCE: Solent NHS Trust is struggling to meet its surplus target despite higher than expected levels of income, as it is overspending on pay.

  • London trusts club together to pursue Welsh claimsSubscription

    HSJ Local1 December, 2011

    FINANCE: Moorfields Eye Hospital, the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, Kingston and Barts are pursuing the Welsh Health Boards for unpaid bills, a board paper reveals.

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