Seventy NHS trusts have now been recruited by NHS Improvement to its programme to improve workforce retention rates in the health service.
The spread of specialised services across English hospital trusts has remained relatively unchanged over the last four years, despite a consensus that greater consolidation is needed in some areas.
Thirteen trusts are providing women with a poorer care experience than expected in more than one core area of maternity services, according to the latest data from the Care Quality Commission.
More than a quarter of hospital trusts are now routinely delaying payments to their suppliers because of cash flow problems, analysis by HSJ reveals.
Hospitals will be publicly ranked on the prices they pay for routine goods in a new league table, Jeremy Hunt announced today.
High bed occupancy is making it harder for hospitals to carry out fire safety work – because they have nowhere to put patients if wards need to be closed.
NHS’s top digital clinician has said acute trust boards that are not looking seriously at electronic prescribing should be sacked.
The NHS’s first national chief clinical information officer Keith McNeil is leaving after just 13 months in the role.
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NHS trusts face significant fire safety risks, research by HSJ has shown.
Sir Mike Richards has said NHS staff “need to be properly rewarded”, but that quality improvement and “cultural change” can happen quickly under good leadership and staff engagement.
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The Treasury has approved £160m of funding for 16 flagship digital trusts, but concerns remain about delays in accessing the money, HSJ has learned.
Ten hospital trusts have been visited by a special NHS England team to “accelerate” initiatives dealing with delayed transfers of care, HSJ can reveal.
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Three Cambridgeshire minor injuries units threatened with closure could be reprieved and even expanded, following public outcry about the potential service downgrades.
Accident and emergency performance for December in England has sunk to its lowest level since the data started being collected more than a decade ago.
One of the country’s largest teaching trusts is failing to comply with a judgement following a court case it lost in 2014, which set a precedent for the rights for patients receiving end of life care.
The organisations in the running to win one of the HSJ Value in Healthcare Awards 2017 at have been revealed.