A patient transport company which collapsed after it withdrew from a key NHS contract owes more than £11m, including to the NHS, statements filed with Companies House have revealed.
A sustainability and transformation partnership which has faced a turbulent few years has appointed new leadership.
The eight clinical commissioning groups in Sussex and East Surrey have appointed a permanent single accountable officer.
A trust with financial problems was told to consider “refreshing” its board to ensure more challenge and expertise.
Three clinical commissioning groups have been released from legal directions relating to the quality of their leadership after a major management shake-up.
Commissioners are to pump an extra £10m into ambulance services in the south east this financial year so national standards for responding to emergency calls can be met from the middle of 2019.
The chief officer of two clinical commissioning groups is leaving her job, after they were put under directions by NHS England.
A Sussex trust is reviewing thousands of X-rays taken over the last six years which were not examined by radiologists at the time.
Patients could be at risk of opiate addiction while waiting for surgery under policies being considered by seven clinical commissioning groups, the British Orthopaedic Association has warned.
An off-payroll turnaround director has been appointed to one of the most financially challenged health economies, as two of its clinical commissioning groups were placed under legal directions by NHS England.
Seven clinical commissioning groups in Sussex are trying to recover £7.4m from a collapsed private provider but could face a counter-claim from administrators, HSJ has learned.
Two clinical commissioning groups could cut spending on non-acute community services by five per cent to tackle concerns over budget deficits.
Six clinical commissioning groups in Sussex are to share an accountable officer from next week – at the request of NHS England.
A sustainability and transformation partnership had “not begun to function effectively” when the Care Quality Commission carried out a local system review at the end of 2017.
Clinical commissioning groups in Sussex are taking legal advice on whether they can get money back from a failed patient transport operator.
The East Sussex health economy has a “system risk” of £80m with its clinical commissioning groups and the main acute provider likely to miss their control totals and the financial deterioration likely to “one of the most significant in the South East.”
NHS England has accepted revised financial forecasts from 14 clinical commissioning groups, its mid-year report shows.
The East Sussex Better Together programme was developed to improve care pathways and patient outcomes by integrating health and social care systems.
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.