A leading London hospital trust has stopped reporting its elective waiting list data, citing issues with accuracy.
New funding allocations which favour areas of extreme deprivation will see some clinical commissioning groups receive cash growth of up to 15 per cent next year, with others receiving increases of less than 5 per cent.
A London trust has abandoned procurement plans for a strategic estates partnership following pressure from local campaign groups.
The Royal Wolverhampton Trust: Development of a Nurse-led Paracentesis and Infusion Service within a Gastroenterology Ward.
The British Medical Association has expressed “significant concern” about “local GP-led groups” missing out on new contracts around the country to provide additional GP appointments.
Commissioners in north London have awarded an extended primary care services contract to a private provider over the GP federation that was already providing the service, HSJ has learned.
The organisations in the running to win one of the HSJ Value in Healthcare Awards 2017 at have been revealed.
Four sustainability and transformation plan areas will spearhead system leaders’ plans for regional back office mergers across the NHS, which could require significant changes to local governance structures.
Five clinical commissioning groups in London intend to have a single accountable officer by April 2017.
The shortlist for HSJ’s special award celebrating the contribution to the NHS by staff from elsewhere in the EU has been announced.
The second “full” sustainability and transformation plan has been published, by a London local authority which has criticised the STP process citing concerns over transparency and a lack of focus on adult social care.
Five clinical commissioning groups are considering a move to a single chief officer across their sustainability and transformation plan footprint, HSJ understands.
FINANCE: Commissioners in north London have sent an activity query notice to the Royal Free London Foundation Trust over a £30m predicted overperformance on activity in 2016-17.
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There is “considerable” public support for sharing anonymised health data with third parties, according to the unpublished findings of national data guardian Dame Fiona Caldicott.
The latest cancer data shows a significant decline in waiting times performance for north London boroughs.
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