A hospital boss has taken a job as chief executive of a nearby mental health trust.
New models of working between three London mental health trusts has delivered new investment in services worth more than £4m, HSJ has learned.
A partnership of mental health trusts could take over responsibility for £80m of commissioner spending as part of plans to reduce the number of patients in secure rehabilitation wards, HSJ can reveal.
A £539m turnover trust will need to borrow £95.5m in 2017-18 to achieve its financial targets, it has revealed.
A new chief executive has been appointed to a London hospital trust that recently had an investigation into its financial governance.
A partnership of mental health trusts is investing £3m a year into community provision as part of a pilot scheme to improve children and young people’s services.
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The Care Quality Commission has increased pay for doctors carrying out essential safeguarding visits for mental health patients after a workforce shortage resulted in waiting time targets being missed.
A London mental health trust has appointed a commercial group to its strategic estates partnership.
Mental Health Inreach Team, Oxleas Foundation Trust, HMP Swaleside: The Emotional Wellbeing Mentor Scheme at HMP Swaleside
The Health and Safety Executive is prosecuting a mental health trust after two nurses were attacked by a patient, it has been confirmed to HSJ.
A pioneering new assessment suite for people suffering a mental health crisis missed its target for reducing hospital admissions during the winter.
Hampshire Constabulary and Isle of Wight Trust with Wessex Academic Health Science Network: Serenity Integrated Mentoring (SIM) Project
A mental health trust which runs prisons services is launching a review of the way it handles deaths in custody after concerns that such incidents are not being investigated in a “robust” way.
Whistleblowers’ complaints to the Care Quality Commission have resulted in 40 providers having inspections instigated or brought forward in the last year.
Technical accounting measures and “a material number of land sales” have helped NHS trusts improve their forecast deficit for this year.
The annual NHS survey has shown staff continue to believe the care their trusts provide is safe, with 69 per cent saying they would recommend care at their organisation to a friend or relative.