An “integrated care provider” of a range of services including core general practice is due to be established in a major new housing development.
Around £20m in disputed payments between trusts and commissioners have been referred to NHS England for arbitration so far this financial year, board papers have revealed.
One in 10 clinical commissioning groups have cut their mental health spending according to new figures from NHS England, more than double the previous year.
The medical director of a troubled acute trust who tried to challenge “inappropriate behaviours” by consultants has left the organisation on secondment, HSJ has learned.
A hospital trust has lost its £26m arbitration challenge with its main commissioners, HSJ can reveal.
A teaching hospital and its local commissioners are in formal arbitration as the end of the financial year approaches.
More patients may have been admitted to hospital with flu this winter after NHS England asked GPs to order a less expensive flu vaccine, a senior doctor has warned.
Containing and reducing emergency hospital admissions is often seen as the holy grail of sustainable and better integrated healthcare. For most it has been elusive, but HSJ has identified and spoken to several areas which appear to have seen sustained reductions in recent years.
A London sustainability and transformation partnership area has appointed a single accountable officer across its seven clinical commissioning groups.
An investigation has been launched into the financial management of a large acute trust after external suppliers began threatening legal action over unpaid bills, HSJ has learned.
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A controversial £55m contract for elective treatment has been given to a private provider, HSJ can reveal.
Seven clinical commissioning groups across London are considering appointing a single accountable officer, HSJ has learned.
An elective treatment centre at the heart of a competition dispute has been rated requires improvement by inspectors.
HSJ’s analysis of Care Quality Commissioning ratings of GP surgeries shows that east London is underperforming against the rest of the capital.
Three east London clinical commissioning groups have been given legal directions by NHS England over finance and governance issues.
Four of the five most overspent clinical commissioning groups so far in 2016-17 are in the West Midlands, but most still expect to recover their positions by March.
The North East London sustainability and transformation plan asks that national regulators move to a “single system” approach for areas planning to implement accountable care systems.
Three north east London clinical commissioning groups have seen their forecast deficit escalate by more than £30m in-year during 2016-17.