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  • Dave West
    Expert Briefing

    The Commissioner: Let's hold hands

    2016-03-23T16:17:00Z

    What NHS England isn’t telling you, and more indispensable weekly insight for commissioners, by Dave West

  • King's College Hospital, Golden Jubile Wing
    News

    Revealed: Trusts told to improve bottom line by tens of millions

    2016-03-23T07:00:00Z

    HSJ has obtained financial “control totals” for nearly a third of acute trusts NHS Improvement has already released “sustainability and transformation funding” allocations for every provider for 2016-17 King’s College Hospital Foundation Trust must deliver the biggest improvement compared to

  • News

    Hospital shuts beds after CQC raises staffing ratio concerns

    2016-03-21T15:25:00Z

    Hospital forced into temporary bed closures after CQC raises concerns about staff shortages Trust also pledged “immediate action” on stroke services to ensure they are safe The trust is offering “golden handshake incentives” for newly qualified nurses in bid to secure more staff PERFORMANCE:

  • Clare Panniker
    HSJ Local

    'Lead chief executive' of unprecedented trusts network revealed

    2016-03-18T14:49:00Z

    Clare Panniker will head new leadership team running three Essex trusts The financially challenged trusts have combined revenues of £840m Providers need to implement substantial reconfiguration of acute services The work is part of the mid and south Essex success regime Clare Panniker, the chief

  • Hospital at night
    News

    Exclusive: Hospitals forced to cut night cover due to staff shortages

    2016-03-10T07:00:00Z

    Basildon and Thurrock University Hospitals cuts medical nightshift cover on wards due to vacancies Oxford University Hospitals forced to stop training for one doctor and has ultrasound backlog Monitor insists agency cap is helping trusts and says patient safety remains priority Hospitals have

  • Basildon Hospital
    News

    Mid and south Essex faces £216m deficit by 2019

    2016-03-03T10:51:00Z

    Projected deficit more than double the £94m forecast for 2015-16 System leaders insist health economy can be balanced by March 2019 Crucial details on service cuts yet to be finalised Mid and south Essex faces a £216m deficit by 2018-19, but system leaders insist the health economy can be brought

  • Sir David Dalton
    News

    Sir David Dalton named top chief executive for third year

    2016-03-02T07:00:00Z

    Third HSJ Top Chief Executives list revealed Sir David Dalton’s achievements at Salford Royal and nationally highlighted by judges Twenty-two women in the list of 50 Sir David Dalton has been named as the leading provider chief executive in the NHS for the third year in a row, in HSJ’s Top Chief

  • Cambridge
    HSJ Local

    Prestigious teaching trust restricts access to heart service

    2016-03-01T11:29:00Z

    Cambridge University Hospitals temporarily restricts outpatient cardiology service for out of area patients Leaked letter says decision made to avoid “potential safety concerns” CUH cites increase in demand and staff shortages as reasons Waiting list for cardiology outpatient service rising by 50

  • Jim Mackey
    News

    Mackey: Success regime not working fast enough

    2016-01-29T11:18:00Z

    Jim Mackey criticises pace of success regime programmes NHS Improvement board notes “short window” for statutory consultations around service change Chief executive stresses these are “once and for all” changes The chief executive of NHS Improvement has criticised the speed with which the success

  • Southend Pier
    News

    No plan to shut hospitals in Essex success regime

    2016-01-28T12:42:00Z

    No plans to close a hospital but downgrading of specialised and A E units not ruled out System leaders set out six areas the Essex Success Regime will focus on Trusts to look at closer working and developing a more flexible workforce No hospitals will ...