The deputy chief executive of the Royal Surrey County Hospital Foundation Trust is stepping up to the top job.
The Getting It Right First Time programme has today announced four new clinical leads, including its first for the mental health sector.
Winner East Cheshire Trust: Maintaining patient safety in times of escalation – an organisational approach
NHS England has picked two more regions to receive up to £7.5m to create detail health and care patient records.
The Healthcare Safety Investigation Branch will not achieve national coverage of maternity incidents until March next year, it has told HSJ.
Twenty NHS providers accounted for almost £600m of deterioration against the trust sector’s financial plans in 2017-18.
NHS trusts ended last year with a combined deficit of £960m, according to accounting data published by regulators.
A major teaching hospital has recruited a former pharmacist as its new chief executive.
A foundation trust has refused to release a governance report after a follow up review showed it had been “fundamentally transformed” from having a “dysfunctional” board.
HSJ approached the 29 pathology networks proposed by NHS Improvement to ask if local trusts had signed up. In most cases the proposed “hub” trust was able to answer on behalf of its network.
Trusts in Berkshire and Surrey are looking at creating a pharmacy joint venture modelled on their existing pathology service.
A trust has had two months of disruption after an upgrade to its patient administration system which led to patients waiting longer, a rise in “did not attends” and temporary staff being employed to type letters.
Papworth Hospital Foundation Trust was the worst trust in England for racial bias in its formal disciplinary process last financial year.
Leading consultants have been appointed to lead 14 national reviews aimed at improving efficiency and reducing unwarranted variation in NHS, HSJ can reveal.
The NHS payments and incentives system is constantly evolving. Richard Murray looks at a system that is attempting to manage deficits and, at the same time, introduce new models of care and ways to pay for them.
Calderdale and Huddersfield Foundation Trust: Improving outcomes after emergency surgical admission
A clinical commissioning group in Surrey has reported a deterioration of £7.4m in the final three months of 2016-17.
HSJ’s expert briefing on NHS finances, savings and efforts to get the health service back in the black.
The number of patients waiting more than four hours for admission after a decision to admit to accident and emergency has grown nearly tenfold in a decade, new figures show.