Surrey and Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust

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Regulator criticises 'passive and unwieldy' STP

A sustainability and transformation partnership had “not begun to function effectively” when the Care Quality Commission carried out a local system review at the end of 2017.

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Revealed: Best and worst trusts for maternity care experience

Thirteen trusts are providing women with a poorer care experience than expected in more than one core area of maternity services, according to the latest data from the Care Quality Commission.

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Trusts sought for new NHS 'lean' programme

Regulators will offer support to a new cohort of NHS providers through an “in house” improvement programme, following work commissioned from American firm Virginia Mason.

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Revealed: Seven trusts breaching break even duty until 2022

Seven NHS trusts believe they will not technically break even for five years or more, with two requiring until 2026, HSJ analysis reveals.

Reigate

CCG warns deficit could hit £33m

One of the country’s smallest clinical commissioning groups expects to end the financial year with a £22m deficit – but has warned it could be as large as £33m.

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HSJ Patient Safety Awards 2017: Best Organisation

Western Sussex Hospitals Foundation Trust: Western Sussex Patient First Programme

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HSJ Patient Safety Awards 2017: Patient Safety in Maternity and Midwifery Services

Taunton and Somerset Foundation Trust: Patient Safety in Maternity and Midwifery Services

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Top chief executives roundtable, part one: dilemmas of CQC scrutiny

Exploring the relationship and contradictions between the Care Quality’s Commission’s verdicts and the quality of the people who lead the inspected organisations

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The best and worst performing trusts on patient experience

Five NHS trusts have been identified by the Care Quality Commission as having significantly poor overall patient experience scores.

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HSJ Value in Healthcare Awards 2017: Acute Service Redesign

Chelsea and Westminster Foundation Trust: Children & Young People Acute pathway (PAU)

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HSJ Value in Healthcare Awards 2017: Emergency, Urgent & Trauma Care

Sherwood Forest Hospitals Foundation Trust: From the Bottom to the Top

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HSJ Value in Healthcare Awards 2017: Managing Long Term Conditions

The Royal Wolverhampton Trust: Development of a Nurse-led Paracentesis and Infusion Service within a Gastroenterology Ward.

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Almost half of NHS staff say wards are understaffed

Almost half of NHS staff say there are not enough of them to do their jobs properly, according to the latest NHS staff survey.

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Exclusive: Stevens warned over bed shortage risk after woman's death

NHS England chief executive Simon Stevens has been warned more patients could die after a woman was denied emergency surgery by three hospitals due to a lack of intensive care beds.

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HSJ Value in Healthcare Awards shortlist revealed

The organisations in the running to win one of the HSJ Value in Healthcare Awards 2017 at have been revealed.

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Leak reveals plan for MCP rollout across south coast

Health leaders in central Sussex and east Surrey have an “ambitious programme” to create a string of fully operational multispecialty community providers by 2020, a leaked document reveals.

The Christie

Revealed: New oversight ratings for every NHS trust

Regulators have published proposed new ratings for every NHS trust that reflect the seriousness of the problems they face.

Great Ormond Street

Revealed: The trusts most reliant on EU staff

Specialist trusts and those in London have the largest proportions of staff from the European Union, HSJ analysis shows.

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Roundtable: How to tackle unwarranted variation

How to reduce unwarranted variation in the NHS was the focus of HSJ’s latest roundtable