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Review makes multiple criticisms over screening failures

Jeremy Hunt’s statement in Parliament about failures in the national breast screening programme was based on incorrect information from Public Health England, according to an independent review published today.

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London's private income growth covers decline across other trusts

Growth in private income at a small number of London trusts offset a decline across the rest of England last year, HSJ analysis has found.

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HSJ Awards 2018: Acute Sector Innovation

More men are being diagnosed with prostate cancer than ever before and yet it is the third biggest cause of cancer deaths in the UK. Standard practice has been for transrectal biopsies – intended to confirm the presence of prostate cancer – to be performed without an MRI scan having ...

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Trust exploring commercial deal with Saudi Arabia

A foundation trust is working on a commercial partnership with Saudi Arabia.

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Exclusive: Genomic trusts named but 18 months from full operation

Seven hub trusts and 27 partners have been selected to be part of a high profile new genomic test network, but will not be fully operational for a further 18 months.

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London FT now 'outstanding'

A London trust specialising in cancer treatment has been rated as “outstanding” by the Care Quality Commission.

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Specialist trust appoints new CEO

A new chief executive has been appointed to a specialist trust in Merseyside, after the previous postholder was found to have had a “close personal relationship” with another executive.

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HSJ Patient Safety Awards 2018: Care of Older People

Winner South Western Ambulance Service Foundation Trust: Community first responder lifting scheme

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What benefits can biosimilars bring to the NHS?

Alison Moore reports on an HSJ roundtable which explored how the biosimilars market can be expanded, what the potential benefits and challenges are, and what needs to be done to increase uptake

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Exclusive: STF benefited trusts that 'needed it least'

The funding regime that was introduced to stabilise the acute sector has resulted in more cash being funnelled into the NHS trusts that needed it the least, according to analysis by HSJ.

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Financial performance: Best and worst of 2017-18

Twenty NHS providers accounted for almost £600m of deterioration against the trust sector’s financial plans in 2017-18.

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London Eye: What awaits Imperial's new chief executive?

Essential insight into England’s biggest health economy, by Ben Clover

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London Eye: Trusts without borders

Essential insight into England’s biggest health economy, by Ben Clover

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Hospital trust taking over community contract after specialist drops out

A hospital trust has been granted an interim, £36m contract to run community services in London for two years, after the incumbent provider said it would not bid for a renewed contract.

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London Eye: Joint ventures to link acute and primary care

Essential insight into England’s biggest health economy, by Ben Clover

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How much could private units contribute to NHS financial recovery?

While there are undoubtedly opportunities for private patient units, careful market due diligence needs to be undertaken and the optimal strategy needs to be considered to make them more lucrative. By Hugh Risebrow

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Major trust predicts £210m private income in two years

A hospital trust in London is predicting a private income of more than £100m in 2018-19.

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HSJ Top Chief Executives 2014

The 50 top chief executives nominated by their peers

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Use multidisciplinary teams to meet the A&E crisis

Better deployment of alternative health professionals like occupational therapists in emergency care can ease the pressure on A&E departments, says Karin Orman