Trusts routinely bank income as ‘savings’, contrary to NHSE claim

money efficiency

Financial data obtained by HSJ shows trusts have routinely used additional income received from NHS commissioners to boost their reported ‘cost improvements’ – despite regulators claiming this did not happen.

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