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Issue : 26 January 2012

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  • Separate piles of pound coins

    Private sector competition 'leaves NHS with more costly patients'Subscription

    News20 February, 2012

    Competition between NHS and private providers has seen the NHS left with the more expensive and complex cases, new research has claimed.

  • pen contract board trust manager

    PCT staff letters to omit passage on claritySubscription

    News27 January, 2012

    Official letters to be sent to primary care trust staff about the future of their jobs this month have undergone a change in wording, with passages discussing an ongoing lack of clarity removed from the text.

  • Morecambe Bay recorded £1.2m deficit in first half of 2011-12Subscription

    HSJ Local26 January, 2012

    FINANCE: University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay Foundation Trust had a year-to-date deficit of £1.2m at the end of September, £800,000 worse than its expected position to that point in the year, newly published minutes states.

  • National team backs Friarage Hospital paediatric inpatient closureSubscription

    HSJ Local26 January, 2012

    STRUCTURE: North Yorkshire and York PCT; Hambleton, Richmondshire and Whitby Clinical Commissioning Group; and South Tees Hospitals Foundation Trust are considering proposals to close inpatient paediatric services, and potentially obstetric maternity services, at Friarage Hospital.

  • Poole FT no longer in breachSubscription

    HSJ Local26 January, 2012

    PERFORMANCE: Monitor has confirmed that Poole Hospital Foundation Trust is no longer in significant breach of its authorisation.

  • Greater Manchester reduces underuse of private sector contractsSubscription

    HSJ Local26 January, 2012

    FINANCE: Primary care trusts in the cluster lost £2.6m through underuse of contracted independent sector providers in the first eight months of this year, compared with £4.5m for the same period in 2010-11, its latest finance report shows.

  • Surrey and Kent CCGs 'non viable'Subscription

    HSJ Local26 January, 2012

    STRUCTURE: Two clinical commissioning groups in the South East Coast region have declared themselves non-viable.

  • AMU causes hike in mixed sex breaches at Mid StaffsSubscription

    HSJ Local26 January, 2012

    PERFORMANCE: Mid Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust overtook Barts last month to become the trust with the most mixed sex breaches after a visit by NHS West Midlands identified a reporting loophole.

  • Surrey and Sussex improves on mixed sex performanceSubscription

    HSJ Local26 January, 2012

    PERFORMANCE: Surrey and Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust’s performance on mixed sex breaches improved slightly last month.

  • Maidstone and Tunbridge improves on mixed sex performanceSubscription

    HSJ Local26 January, 2012

    PERFORMANCE: Maidstone And Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust’s performance on mixed sex breaches improved last month.

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