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  • Sir Howard Bernstein

    Revealed: Leaders named for eight major STP patches


    Work to plan the five-year transformation of NHS services in two of England’s biggest cities is to be led by local authority chief executives, NHS England revealed this afternoon.

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    Ambitious patient record sharing project secures IT partner


    Connected Care project appoints IT integration specialists Project aims to share care records across seven CCG areas with 855,000 population Commissioners say shared record will drive “transformational” change Commissioners have brought in a specialist IT firm to integrate all the patient care

  • Sir David Dalton

    Sir David Dalton named top chief executive for third year


    Third HSJ Top Chief Executives list revealed Sir David Dalton’s achievements at Salford Royal and nationally highlighted by judges Twenty-two women in the list of 50 Sir David Dalton has been named as the leading provider chief executive in the NHS for the third year in a row, in HSJ’s Top Chief

  • Leeds castle Kent

    South of England: Best and worst staff survey performers


    Analysis of the best and worst performers in the South of England region on key measures in the NHS staff survey 2015.

  • Andrew Morris

    Frimley chief calls for increase in NHS takeovers


    Sir Andrew Morris says “clinical leadership” key to successful acquisition of Heatherwood and Wexham Park Foundation Trust Says NHS still has “too many organisations on the provider and commissioning side” Frimley Health “not at the moment” looking at extending to a “hospital chain” The NHS

  • Wexham Park Hospital

    CQC hails merger trust for ‘most impressive’ ever transformation


    CQC says Wexham Park Hospital’s improvement under Frimley Health FT is “most impressive” it has seen Rating upgraded from “inadequate” to “good” Hospital was run by Heatherwood and Wexham Park Hospitals FT until October 2014 The Care Quality Commission has praised the “remarkable” improvement in

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    Carter: Diagnostic services should hit new targets, merge, or outsource


    Lord Carter recommends trusts unable to hit new pathology benchmarks be ordered to consolidate or outsource by January 2017 Reckons there are £250m in savings to be found in pathology His earlier report on pathology, commissioned in 2005, put the sum at £250m-£500m Trusts that cannot achieve new

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    Revealed: Trusts' estimated savings potential


    By using publicly available data, HSJ has been able to closely match the methodology used by Lord Carter to produce trusts’ headline “savings opportunity” figures. Here we list the least and most efficient trusts according to the headline measure, as well as data for all trusts.

  • Illustration about hospital futures

    The NHS has 'too many trusts', says Hunt


    Jeremy Hunt has said there are ‘too many trusts’ in the NHS and the health service needs to ‘up the pace’ of work on hospital chains and other provider reforms.

  • Lord Carter

    Ten more trusts brought into Carter efficiency review


    The Department of Health has named 10 more trusts that will take part in Lord Carter’s major review into hospital efficiency.