Category list : Yorkshire and the Humber
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Scanning for savings with asset managementSubscription
Understanding the importance of assets
Hull addresses bullying issues
Trusts negotiate Carter efficiency timelinesSubscription
Ten hospital trusts have so far received their efficiency savings estimates from Lord Carter, as part of his review into NHS productivity, HSJ has learned.
STRUCTURE: A troubled Yorkshire trust has brought in consultants to draw up a reconfiguration plan for its two acute hospitals.
Clinical commissioning groups’ efficiency targets have risen by over a quarter this year in a sign that the financial strain on the health service is moving beyond the provider sector.
Getting a grip on workforce costsSubscription
NHS trusts are being asked to drive down workforce costs against a backdrop of staff shortages and budgetary pressures
Two acute trusts that were taken out of special measures after recruiting scores of nurses have slid back to their old staffing levels, HSJ analysis shows.
Several hospital trusts have told HSJ they are seeking additional support to cover the costs of their private finance initiative deals or intend to buy out the schemes.
Almost three-quarters of England’s liaison psychiatry services in hospital emergency departments are rated substandard, HSJ has learned.
Health service leaders in the north have suggested that congenital heart surgery will be withdrawn from at least one hospital in the region.