A teaching trust ‘on the verge’ of financial special measures is applying for distress funding after predicting it will run out of cash next month.
Elective surgery referrals for smokers and patients with a body mass index over 35 look set to be delayed for six months under a new commissioning plan in Yorkshire.
The chief executive of a London acute trust has agreed to head a troubled sustainability and transformation partnership.
A provider in both financial and quality special measures has been given a “buddy” trust by NHS Improvement to improve its position.
A former regional adviser for the Care Quality Commission has been appointed executive medical director at a community and mental health trust.
Trusts are facing increasing cash flow pressures after NHS England instructed local commissioners to stop making advance payments on block contracts, HSJ can reveal.
A chief executive due to retire from a London acute trust next month has been asked to lead a troubled sustainability and transformation partnership.
Commissioners say a delay in a decision by the health secretary is affecting patient safety after admissions were halted at a community hospital.
Three clinical commissioning groups could create a joint committee after one ruled out a merger and sharing a single accountable officer.
The chief officer of a CCG rated outstanding is stepping down as lead of a STP with the lowest rating.
A trust in special measures has appointed a former University College London Hospitals boss and private sector consultant as its new chief executive.
Alan Johnson, the former Labour health secretary, has turned down national NHS roles to chair a local estates company, HSJ can reveal.
An acute trust is to apply to the Department of Health to change its name, which will draw a line under its controversial recent history.
NHS England’s medical director is considering new safety measures for acute trusts after a patient died from drinking alcohol rub.
GPs have written to NHS England to claim their clinical commissioning group was subject to “misinformation and bias” over plans to close minor injuries units.
A trust challenging a clinical commissioning group’s decision to award a £138m contract to a non-NHS provider spent more than £42,000 on lawyers and legal proceedings which were withdrawn within a week.
Clinical leaders in Yorkshire have decided to close three minor injuries units and replace the others with urgent care centres as part of a major reconfiguration of services.
A struggling foundation trust has withdrawn a High Court legal challenge over its losing out on a five-year community services contract.
A foundation trust has launched a legal challenge after losing out on a five year contract to run community services.
Up to four minor injury units in east Yorkshire could be closed and replaced with urgent care centres as part of plans to reduce the fragmentation and low use of some facilities.