An outstanding rated trust has approved plans to set up a nursing academy to train up to 20 new mental health nurses a year.
Caroline Wild from Northumberland, Tyne and Wear Foundation Trust, talks to Alison Moore on what it meant to her organisation to be awarded the Provider Trust of the Year in the HSJ Awards 2017
Adam Sewell-Jones on how trusts facing challenges with respect to mental health services can learn from others who have faced similar issues
Sacking leaders when mistakes are made and “salami slicing” budgets to make quick savings “endanger improvement” and risk system failure in mental health, a new NHS Improvement report says.
HSJ has identified 19 providers that have already established a subsidiary company to manage their estate, plus 16 that have told staff they are considering the move.
An outstanding rated foundation trust has replaced its chair who stepped down amid allegations that his charity was paying him large amounts of money.
Six mental health trusts are being lined up for the next wave of NHS England’s flagship effort to digitalise providers.
More than 1,500 people gather for annual celebration of the finest achievements in the NHS, with winners named in 23 categories at the 2017 HSJ Awards.
The leader of a mental health and community services trust has been named chief executive of the year at the 2017 HSJ Awards.
Northumberland, Tyne and Wear developed a five year strategy and designed six strategic ambitions to deliver high quality care and enhance patient experience.
A foundation trust chair has resigned with immediate effect following allegations his charity was paying him large amounts of money.
The chief executives of trusts rated outstanding by the Care Quality Commission have been in post much longer than those rated inadequate – several of whom have stayed less than a year, HSJ analysis confirms.
Quality improvement is not a “pipedream” for mental health providers despite the current financial climate, a new King’s Fund report has concluded.
Western Sussex Hospitals Foundation Trust: Western Sussex Patient First Programme
NHS trusts lost millions of pounds after they were targeted by an organised crime gang scamming public bodies as part of a £12m international money laundering plot.
A second wave of providers has been chosen to take on new commissioning powers for tertiary mental health services, HSJ can reveal.
More than 150 new inpatient beds for children and young people with mental health problems will be available by 2019, NHS England said today.
NHS England has announced the nine areas most likely to evolve into “accountable care systems”.
A leading vanguard project is planning to draw up a £340m contract to get a single provider to run its new care model by April 2018, HSJ can reveal.
A mental health trust rated outstanding is setting up a subsidiary company that it hopes will make £3m of recurring back-office savings a year by 2018-19.