NHS Improvement has accepted formal revisions to the financial forecasts of almost 60 NHS trusts, according to data published today.
A major teaching hospital is still working to improve its heart surgery unit after high infection rates and a larger than expected number of deaths.
A teaching hospital where 10 patients suffered severe harm after the trust failed to keep track of their appointments has been criticised by NHS England.
Yet another large trust stopped reporting its referral to treatment data, which clouded the picture for the latest November figures and raised non-reported waiting lists to a new record.
Miles Scott, the former chief executive of St George’s University Hospitals Foundation Trust, has been appointed to run Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells Trust.
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The team implemented an app which enables home monitoring of hypertension in pregnancy in order to reduce hospital visits for monitoring of pre-eclampsia.
NHS trusts must reduce their combined monthly deficit to £107m to meet the official forecast figures in the second half of 2017-18, after recording a monthly deficit of almost £300m in the first half of the year.
A London teaching hospital trust has lost multimillion community services contracts.
Poor waiting list management led to “dangerous” failures and 814 patients waiting more than a year for an outpatient appointment at a London teaching trust, HSJ has learned.
Several acute trusts have fallen significantly short of their three month financial target, while dozens more are relying on heavily backloaded savings plans to deliver their year end plans.
A disgraced former NHS chief executive has been ordered to reveal her financial assets
St George’s University Hospitals Foundation Trust is failing to comply with the fit and proper person test regulations, despite a warning from the Care Quality Commission.
Only three NHS finance staff have been referred to their professional body over breaches of its code in the past six years, HSJ can reveal.
Two more patients, including a child, came to ‘severe harm’ as a result of a teaching trust losing track of their records.
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A patient suffered a stroke that might have been prevented and another received late treatment for cancer after record keeping failures at a teaching hospital.