Cumbria, Northumberland, Tyne and Wear NHS Foundation Trust – Page 4

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    International gang sentenced for targeting NHS in money laundering scam


    NHS trusts targeted by international money laundering gang Gang forged letters to 22 organisations pretending to be development contractors NHS Protect forensic computing unit helps secure conviction NHS trusts lost millions of pounds after they were targeted by an organised crime gang scamming public bodies as part of ...

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    Exclusive: 11 providers given £300m commissioning budget


    NHS England confirms second wave of sites to take on devolved tertiary mental health commissioning powers The 11 new sites will be given devolved commissioning responsibility for low and medium secure adult or tier four child and adolescent mental health services The 17 sites will all be live by ...

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    NHS England pledges to increase child mental health beds


    NHS England will fund 150-180 new child and adolescent mental health inpatient beds by 2019 The announcement forms part of the forward view delivery plan published today The new beds will be used to reduce out of area placements for young people Global digital exemplars in mental health revealed ...

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    First nine 'accountable care systems' revealed


    NHS England identifies the first nine likely “accountable care systems” NHS Improvement and NHS England to adopt “one stop shop” approach to regulation Developing accountable care organisations will “not be a focus of activity” for most places Individual organisations will not be allowed to hold up progress NHS ...

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    Exclusive: CCG planning for single £340m MCP contract


    CCG at heart of MCP vanguard hopes to bring the service under a single contract by 2018 Sunderland CCG is working with the council on how the £340m contract will be procured Health leaders will write a business case on what form the new MCP provider will take ...

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    Outstanding FT sets up subsidiary firm to save at least £3m


    A mental health trust rated outstanding is setting up a subsidiary company that it hopes will make £3m of recurring back-office savings a year by 2018-19.

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    Revealed: 23 trusts chosen for new Carter review


    Twenty-three trusts selected for first phase of Lord Carter’s new review into productivity at mental health and community service organisations NHS Improvement letter to mental health and community service trusts reveals providers chosen for initial six month engagement phase Review will follow a similar structure to Lord Carter’s previous ...

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    'Outstanding' trust to lead new NHS improvement programme


    NHS Improvement has chosen high performing trust as its strategic partner in developing a mental health improvement programme Northumberland, Tyne and Wear FT will help create diagnostic frameworks for the different sectors of mental health during a six month test period NHSI looking to enlist more trusts to provide ...

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    HSJ Value in Healthcare Awards shortlist revealed


    The organisations in the running to win one of the HSJ Value in Healthcare Awards 2017 at have been revealed.

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    Revealed: Trusts in mix for millions in digital funding


    Fourteen mental health trusts in contention for digital funding Six trusts will receive £5m each Announcement on more acute trust digital exemplars and an area-wide exemplar also expected soon Fourteen mental health trusts are vying to secure up to £5m of central funding as part of the digital ...

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    Revealed: New oversight ratings for every NHS trust


    Each trust placed in one of four categories based on the level of support they require from NHS Improvement Trusts will be formally categorised next month as part of the regulator’s new “single oversight framework” Thirty-five out of 238 trusts will have “maximum autonomy” See every rating in the ...

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    What’s new in care models: The NHS’s first accountable care organisation?


    Tracking everything that’s new in care models and progress of the Five Year Forward View

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    First mental health trusts rated outstanding by CQC


    Care Quality Commission announces first two mental health trusts in the country to be rated outstanding Northumberland Tyne and Wear FT and East London FT have both been given the highest rating by inspectors CQC deputy chief inspector of hospitals hopes both organisations will be an “exemplar” to other ...

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    Trust chiefs: outstanding rating can drive improvement


    Trust chief executives tell HSJ being rated as outstanding gives them more power to share best practice and help other mental health providers Northumberland, Tyne and Wear FT chief executive says the rating could make it a “go-to” trust for organisations needing support There have been no discussions about ...

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    Audit teams merge to form regional consortium


    The merger of three NHS audit teams in the north east into a new specialist provider could become a model for other areas to follow, according to a trust finance director.

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    New North East mental health inpatient unit approved


    New three ward mental health unit to open at St Nicholas Hospital Older people’s services to be consolidated at the same site Services at Gateshead’s Tramwell Unit and Newcastle’s Hardian Clinic to close Plans expected to save £3m a year STRUCTURE: NHS leaders in the North East have ...

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    Revealed: First digital maturity index scores in full


    This is a full list of trusts’ scores on the new digital maturity index, based on HSJ analysis of NHS England data.

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    End Game: A saucer of milk for the minister


    End Game brings to you the serious nature of herbal products and a dash of pop 

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    Selbie to chair North East health devolution commission


    Public Health England chief executive Duncan Selbie has been appointed chair of the North East’s commission for health and social care integration.

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    Exclusive: Struggling CCG may join leading NHS 'ACO' project


    A financially troubled clinical commissioning group may pass many of its responsibilities to Northumbria’s emerging ‘accountable care organisation’, HSJ has learned.