Trusts have been told to urgently reconfigure surgical cancer services into “covid-free hubs” to minimise the number of procedures being postponed.
Two trust chief executives are self-isolating after showing symptoms of covid-19.
A second coronavirus spike appears to be emerging in the West Midlands, with one of the region’s trusts now reporting nine deaths from the illness.
Twenty-three trusts will share a £28m pot of technology funding as part of the first wave of “digital aspirant” providers, NHSX has announced.
The trusts which are likely to face the fiercest struggle to deliver quality care in the immediate future have been identified through an analysis carried out exclusively for HSJ.
HSJ’s analysis of the staff survey has revealed which trusts are strongest and weakest according to the share of employees who would be happy with its care if a friend or a relative needed treatment.
The trusts in line to receive £200m for upgrading cancer screening equipment from the government have been announced.
An ambulance trust has been temporarily barred from training new apprentices after a critical report from the education regulator.
A trust in the West Midlands has today been taken out of special measures.
The Care Quality Commission has been found guilty of maladministration over its handling of a fit and proper person test complaint which led to a £200,000 investigation by an NHS trust.
NHS trusts continue to miss targets aimed at helping hospitals spend millions of pounds more effectively, HSJ can reveal.
NHS trusts are not expecting disruption to services caused by EU staff leaving because of Brexit, according to analysis by HSJ.
Below is a breakdown by area of acute and combined trusts performance on the NHS staff survey, according to the share of employees who would recommend their organisation for work or care.
More than 7,000 NHS staff raised concerns with a local freedom to speak up guardian according to the latest data.
A third of acute trusts routinely break the law by paying their suppliers late, HSJ can reveal.
The Care Quality Commission has admitted that it was mistaken in promoting the “normality agenda” in maternity services.
A West Midlands trust has managed to improve its CQC rating for maternity services from “inadequate” to “requires improvement”.
A charity has criticised a royal college for what it said was “immensely dangerous” support of a trust’s “normal birth” campaign.
An independent review of a trust’s maternity department has highlighted staff concerns about a “strong dictatorial culture”.
Winner Walsall Healthcare Trust: An integrated approach of changing cultures in clinical governance/patient safety