Hospital chief executives and senior NHS workers were among those included in the New Year’s Honours list.
Nottingham and Nottinghamshire integrated care system’s executive lead is to retire in March after 36 years of working in the NHS.
The Care Quality Commission has raised serious concerns about a major teaching trust’s maternity services and taken action to prevent patients coming to harm.
Nottingham University Hospitals Trust has cancelled all non-urgent electives due to growing covid admissions and spread inside the hospital.
Covid’s second surge has begun disrupting elective care at hospitals outside the north west, HSJ has learned.
The former leader of one of the first integrated care systems has joined a firm which is using data and coaching to support vulnerable people during the covid-19 outbreak.
The chair of an integrated care system and former local authority director has been appointed as the lead of a new government covid-19 social care taskforce.
Population health management is a true test of system working, requiring health and local authorities to come together in a different way. However, it also means shifting resource, says Andy Haynes
Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Clinical Commissioning Group has appointed clinical leaders ahead of the formal merger of six CCGs.
A mental health trust has established a dedicated improvement board to try to “deal with cultural issues” at the “inadequate”-rated high-secure hospital which it runs.
Sherwood Forest Hospitals Foundation Trust has appointed a new medical director, it has announced.
The merger of six clinical commissioning groups in Nottinghamshire has been confirmed, following approval by NHS England.
A power failure at a major acute trust in the East Midlands has affected IT services and some clinical systems across its two hospital sites.
NHS England has approved a first tranche of clinical commissioning group mergers for April 2020, but has declined to say which ones.
A treatment centre which recently changed provider will only be taking on clinical work with “at most a one-night stay” for the next few months to ensure patient safety.
Just two regions account for nine of the 10 worst performing clinical commissioning groups for late detection of cancer, according to official data.
The managing director of a ‘first-wave’ integrated care system is to step down in the autumn, HSJ understands.
Nottingham University Hospitals Trust has declared a black alert and is urging staff to prioritise patient discharges.
The Nottingham Treatment Centre may face a shortage of medical staff as a result of some doctors’ concerns that its takeover by the NHS could have negative tax and pension implications for them.
The first wave of job adverts for the new workforce going into primary care networks have been posted online, including various new managerial roles.