The HSJ Value Awards 2018 honour projects that deliver improvements for patients
A teaching hospital has had to contact more than 1,000 staff and patients after a “unique, unexpected transmission” of tuberculosis between a patient, a staff member and another patient.
Stroke services in West Sussex could be reorganised – two years after plans were halted because of fears they would impact on other hospitals outside the county.
A chief executive who left his hospital job a year ago as part of a government performance crackdown has been appointed to lead a London trust.
Two acute trusts are yet to agree to join pathology networks proposed 10 months ago by NHS Improvement under plans to save £200m by 2021.
A steep increase in emergency bailouts means NHS trusts’ total borrowing from the Department of Health and Social Care has overtaken their PFI liabilities.
Thinking differently about how we engage our workforce is key to addressing some of the major obstacles we’re facing in cancer care, writes Jane Maher
The chair of Surrey and Sussex Healthcare Trust has been “prised away” from his role to lead two south coast trusts.
A large teaching hospital has come out of financial special measures despite ending the last financial year with a £56m deficit.
Winner Healthy London Partnership and Metropolitan Police Service: Handover process for voluntary mental health patients in emergency departments
Winner East Cheshire Trust: Maintaining patient safety in times of escalation – an organisational approach
A hospital trust has lost its £26m arbitration challenge with its main commissioners, HSJ can reveal.
The Healthcare Safety Investigation Branch will not achieve national coverage of maternity incidents until March next year, it has told HSJ.
Twenty organisations have been honoured in the 2018 HSJ Value Awards – which recognise and celebrate outstanding improvements in care quality and efficiency made by NHS staff.
A hospital where an elderly patient died after drinking cleaning fluid has been criticised over how it stores dangerous substances.
The failure of parts of the NHS to use “bog standard” IT is undermining the case to Treasury for more technology funding, an NHS England director has said.
An investigation by the National Freedom to Speak Up Guardian’s Office has been delayed because an NHS trust said it would not fit into its improvement timetable – and then refused a request to speed things up, HSJ has learned.