HSJ has identified 19 providers that have already established a subsidiary company to manage their estate, plus 16 that have told staff they are considering the move.
Leaders across a sustainability and transformation partnership are drafting a new agreement that could lead to the organisations in the STP sharing a control total.
The chief executive of a Yorkshire hospital trust is retiring this spring after eight years at the helm.
A London foundation trust has established a subsidiary company to rationalise its estate and encourage a more commercial approach to generating revenue and capital receipts from its 125 sites.
More than a quarter of hospital trusts are now routinely delaying payments to their suppliers because of cash flow problems, analysis by HSJ reveals.
Hospital trusts have set up 39 wholly owned subsidiary companies to run parts of their estate and back office functions.
Nine acute trusts are collaborating on a pharmaceutical network that could achieve efficiency savings estimated at more than £17m.
Commissioners in Yorkshire are advertising an £80m “multispecialty community provider” contract – much scaled back from their initial proposal of a £1.3bn deal.
Chelsea and Westminster Foundation Trust: Children & Young People Acute pathway (PAU)
Whistleblowers’ complaints to the Care Quality Commission have resulted in 40 providers having inspections instigated or brought forward in the last year.
The organisations in the running to win one of the HSJ Value in Healthcare Awards 2017 at have been revealed.
New “accountable care organisations” will strengthen commissioning services in West Yorkshire and Harrogate, according to its published sustainability and transformation plan.
Regulators have published proposed new ratings for every NHS trust that reflect the seriousness of the problems they face.
Regulators have asked chief executives and chairs at “high performing” trusts to take part in reviews of other NHS providers.
Twenty hospitals trusts are responsible for more than half the overall decline in the annual accident and emergency waiting times performance, HSJ analysis reveals.
This is a full list of trusts’ scores on the new digital maturity index, based on HSJ analysis of NHS England data.
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.
Three more trusts have decided to go against a government approved national pay agreement and award their senior staff a 1 per cent pay rise in line with lower level staff, HSJ has discovered.