Category list : Yorkshire and the Humber
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NHS England has U-turned on a decision to stop paying for HIV drugs provided by local authority commissioned services.
The “fragmented” structure of the NHS and lack of “strategic grip” have been blamed for a crisis leading to the sudden closure of a psychiatric hospital.
Tracking everything that’s new in care models and progress of the Five Year Forward View, by our deputy bureau chief and integration reporter David Williams.
Vanguard CCGs cut better care fund potSubscription
Five clinical commissioning groups, including two involved in NHS England’s vanguard programme, have cut their planned better care fund contributions for next year.
Our research into hospital switchboard performance suggests more staff might be needed if the NHS is to be transformed into a seven day service, write Thomas Hampton and colleagues
Lintern's Risk Register: The writing on the wallSubscription
Everything you need to stay up to date on patient safety and workforce, plus my take on the most important under-the-radar stories. From patient safety correspondent Shaun Lintern
Bosses at Northern Lincolnshire and Goole Foundation Trust have criticised the Care Quality Commission after one of its hospitals was rated “inadequate”.
Liver transplant operations at one of the country’s flagship teaching hospitals have been cancelled because of a shortage of critical care nurses, HSJ can reveal.
Half the hospitals that perform major children’s heart surgery do not currently meet all the new safety standards being implemented by NHS England.
The Commissioner: So much for the whole systemSubscription
What NHS England isn’t telling you, and more indispensable weekly insight for commissioners, by Dave West