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.
Elective RTT waiting times shot up by over a week in December, in the fastest monthly increase since 2010, notes Rob Findlay
Yet another large trust stopped reporting its referral to treatment data, which clouded the picture for the latest November figures and raised non-reported waiting lists to a new record.
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.
Patient data held by a hospital trust was erroneously sent to and stored on a company’s server in USA, amid problems with a new electronic patient record system.
NHS trusts must reduce their combined monthly deficit to £107m to meet the official forecast figures in the second half of 2017-18, after recording a monthly deficit of almost £300m in the first half of the year.
The majority of trusts continue to provide patients with less access to consultants at the weekend compared to a weekday, new data reveals.
More than 50 NHS trusts have confirmed they have not had a fire service inspection since the Grenfell Tower disaster – despite all providers being ordered to arrange them just days after the fire.
Sales of land or physical assets by NHS trusts generated cash receipts of £220m in 2016-17.
There are 21 trusts whose performance against the four hour emergency target has been consistently below 85 per cent since April, HSJ analysis reveals.
HSJ’s expert briefing on NHS finances, savings and efforts to get the health service back in the black
Only three NHS finance staff have been referred to their professional body over breaches of its code in the past six years, HSJ can reveal.
Auditors have blamed the senior leadership of a hospital trust for a £16m blackhole in its accounts.
Leading consultants have been appointed to lead 14 national reviews aimed at improving efficiency and reducing unwarranted variation in NHS, HSJ can reveal.
Sir Ron Kerr has been appointed as independent chair of troubled South West sustainability and transformation partnership.
Hampshire Constabulary & Isle of Wight NHS Trust with Wessex Academic Health Science Network: Serenity Integrated Mentoring (SIM) Project
The most financially troubled NHS trusts in England are being charged interest rates of 6 per cent on bailout loans from the Department of Health, which experts have likened to “kicking someone when they’re down”.
HSJ analysis shows which trusts are performing best, and worst, against their financial plans in 2016-17.
The organisations in the running to win one of the HSJ Value in Healthcare Awards 2017 at have been revealed.