The Getting It Right First Time programme has today announced four new clinical leads, including its first for the mental health sector.
Winner Western Sussex Hospitals Foundation Trust: Continuous improvement training – creating an army of problem solvers
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.
Essential insight into England’s biggest health economy, by Ben Clover
Seventy NHS trusts have now been recruited by NHS Improvement to its programme to improve workforce retention rates in the health service.
More than 130 new child and adolescent mental health beds have been commissioned as part of national plans to expand capacity by 10 per cent by 2019.
Six mental health trusts are being lined up for the next wave of NHS England’s flagship effort to digitalise providers.
A new 550 bed hospital costing £800m will be built in London over the next decade, according to plans revealed to HSJ.
The team developed a programme to enhance the health and wellbeing of people by engaging them with their community and empowering people to self manage.
The sale of a hospital site worth tens of millions of pounds has come a step closer after a specialist trust announced a partnership with another trust in a different part of London.
The amount spent on redundancy payments by foundation trusts has fallen significantly over the past three financial years, HSJ analysis reveals.
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.
Sales of land or physical assets by NHS trusts generated cash receipts of £220m in 2016-17.
The NHS spends huge amounts treating patients who no longer need to be in hospital. But finally, housing services are beginning to tackle this growing problem. By Helen Rowbottom
Several community and mental health trusts have received significant extra investment funding that was originally intended for the acute sector.
North East London Foundation Trust and BHR Clinical Commissioning Group: Significant 7 – Signs of Deterioration for Care Homes
Hampshire Constabulary and Isle of Wight NHS Trust with Wessex Academic Health Science Network: Serenity Integrated Mentoring (SIM) Project