Trusts in Berkshire and Surrey are looking at creating a pharmacy joint venture modelled on their existing pathology service.
Buckinghamshire Healthcare Trust has appointed an interim chief executive while it searches for a permanent replacement.
Frimley Health Foundation Trust has appointed a new chief executive to take over from Sir Andrew Morris, the longest serving chief executive in the NHS.
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A new inquiry by Bill Kirkup into the death of a baby girl 16 years ago will examine the role of NHS regulators and national bodies whose inaction led to a “regulatory gap”, HSJ can reveal.
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One of the top acute chief executives in the NHS has announced his retirement this afternoon.
Chief executives of NHS providers are staying in the post for longer than they were three years ago, analysis by HSJ indicates.
The chief executives of trusts rated outstanding by the Care Quality Commission have been in post much longer than those rated inadequate – several of whom have stayed less than a year, HSJ analysis confirms.
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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.
The business case for a proposed hospital rebuild depends on its medical consultants carrying out more of their private work at the site, the trust’s board has heard.
A prestigious London foundation trust has the lowest rating for patient satisfaction, new data on private healthcare reveals.
A trust rated outstanding has decided to cut its number of public of governors by nearly half “to be more effective” in delivering year one of its sustainability and transformation plan.
NHS England has announced the nine areas most likely to evolve into “accountable care systems”.
Two sustainability and transformation plan areas are in disagreement over a plan to reconfigure cardiovascular services, with one key provider trust citing concerns that “longstanding strong clinical relationships are under threat”.
Almost half of NHS staff say there are not enough of them to do their jobs properly, according to the latest NHS staff survey.
Jeremy Hunt has appointed Bill Kirkup to lead the investigation into the death of baby whose case has exposed “regulatory gaps” and “significant risks” in the care of sick children.