Seventy NHS trusts have now been recruited by NHS Improvement to its programme to improve workforce retention rates in the health service.
A major alliance of acute providers in the West Midlands is being expanded to include a fourth trust, HSJ has learned.
A merger of three trusts in the West Midlands has been put on hold by NHS Improvement.
The chief executive of an inadequate rated trust has been appointed to lead a neighbouring trust going through a merger.
A merger between three West Midlands trusts to create one of the biggest community and mental health providers in the county has been delayed, HSJ can reveal.
The country’s only mental health vanguard is preparing to launch the first bed management system across multiple trusts, to halve the number of patients being sent out of area.
Four trusts in partnership with GPs are on course to win a multibillion pound new care model contract.
Tracy Taylor has been appointed as the new chief executive of one of the country’s largest teaching hospitals.
Three trusts in the West Midlands are set to merge to create one of the biggest mental health and community trusts in the country, HSJ can reveal.
Clinical commissioning groups in the Black Country have set out a timeline to procure a single acute and single mental health contract across their sustainability and transformation plan area, HSJ has learned.
Six people have been honoured with a special HSJ Award for NHS staff from the EU.
The Black Country Partnership sustainability and transformation plan has said it is looking at options to integrate non-clinical support services across both commissioning and provider organisations.
The shortlist for HSJ’s special award celebrating the contribution to the NHS by staff from elsewhere in the EU has been announced.
Regulators have published proposed new ratings for every NHS trust that reflect the seriousness of the problems they face.
Hundreds of patients are waiting more than two weeks to have vital assessments for psychosis treatment, HSJ analysis has revealed.
STRUCTURE: The chief executive of a major community services trust is to take on the same role at a neighbouring mental health provider, HSJ has learned.
The “oppressive” scrutiny faced by NHS chief executives is hampering innovation and often amounts to “bullying”, according to leaders interviewed for a new report.
We are recognising and rewarding outstanding practice within the NHS
Mental health trusts have complained their commissioners are disregarding national guidance requiring them to increase real terms spending on mental health in 2015-16 and help fund the delivery of new targets.
Several NHS mental health providers saw double figure real terms reductions in their income between 2011-12 and 2013-14, HSJ analysis has revealed.