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STP to consider ACS plans after regulators intervene

Leaders in Leicestershire will decide this month how to establish a new accountable care system after receiving a “clear message” in favour of the proposal from regulators.

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'Model ambulance' to be created to achieve Carter savings

A “model ambulance” is to be created to tackle variation across England’s 10 ambulance trusts.

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NHS England director 'confident' in plan to modernise ambulance service

NHS England’s director of acute care says a new call handling system could be introduced nationally as part of a plan to modernise the ambulance service.

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Ambulance trust speeds pregnancy calls following baby's death

An ambulance trust has upgraded how it responds to some emergency calls from pregnant women, following the death of a full-term baby.

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Revealed: New oversight ratings for every NHS trust

Regulators have published proposed new ratings for every NHS trust that reflect the seriousness of the problems they face.

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Ambulance trusts struggle with rise in most serious calls

Ambulance service performance has slumped over the past year as trusts struggle to cope with an 18 per cent rise in the most serious cases.

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HSJ Awards 2016 shortlist unveiled

We have today revealed the shortlist for the 2016 HSJ Awards.

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£400m of uncertainty in financial forecast as trusts reject control totals

Seventeen trusts that have not agreed control totals with NHS Improvement are predicting a combined deficit of more than £400m for 2016-17.

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Trusts named for consultancy turnaround programme

NHS Improvement has revealed the 16 trusts in the first wave of its £25m turnaround programme.

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Midlands ambulance trusts could share chief executive

WORKFORCE: East Midlands Ambulance Service Trust has been in discussions with NHS Improvement to “strengthen” its leadership arrangements since the struggling provider’s chief executive Sue Noyes stepped down in March, the trust has said.

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Value in Healthcare podcast: an ambulance service revolution

East Midlands Ambulance Service Trust talks to HSJ about how it transformed local ambulance services by partnering with Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue Service and Lincolnshire Integrated Voluntary Emergency Services (LIVES).

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Nottinghamshire FT awarded £148m community services contracts

COMMERCIAL: Nottinghamshire Healthcare Foundation Trust has been awarded contracts worth £148m to provide eight community services over five years.

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Value in Healthcare Awards 2015

Learn about this year’s winning projects in HSJ’s celebration of organisations delivering real value

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Revealed: Winners of the Value in Healthcare Awards 2015

Chosen from a record breaking number of entries

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Lincolnshire health bodies form system-wide ‘recovery programme’

PERFORMANCE: Organisations across Lincolnshire are to form a group to improve the region’s care quality, rescue its financial position and develop a county-wide workforce plan.

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Value in Healthcare Awards 2015 shortlist announced

Book your table for the ceremony on 22 September.

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Value in Healthcare Awards: Value and Improvement in Community Health Service Redesign

The judges praised a very strong specialist, integrated service delivering high quality care. This was a very patient orientated service that clearly worked to meet the individual care goals.

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Ambulance service loses 42,000 patient records

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY: Regulators are investigating whether data protection laws have been breached after an ambulance trust admitted losing 42,000 patients’ confidential records.

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Shortcomings in ambulance response times

Ambulances in three regions of England are ‘failing’ to get to some of the most critical patients on time, new figures suggest.