NHS trusts in London have criticised proposed changes to the national payment tariff which would cut their income by an estimated £300m.
Children’s trusts could lose up to £27m under new tariff proposals for 2019-20, senior NHS managers have revealed.
More than 20 NHS trusts must store clinical waste, including human remains, at their premises for up to a fortnight after their scandal-hit contractor stopped collecting waste last week, prompting a major incident.
Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children Foundation Trust has appointed a new chief executive.
Growth in private income at a small number of London trusts offset a decline across the rest of England last year, HSJ analysis has found.
A foundation trust is working on a commercial partnership with Saudi Arabia.
Seven hub trusts and 27 partners have been selected to be part of a high profile new genomic test network, but will not be fully operational for a further 18 months.
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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 consultant has won her claim for sex discrimination at an internationally renowned teaching hospital, in a case that revealed a “dysfunctional department”.
A specialist children’s trust has drawn up plans to attract more fee-paying patients from overseas.
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North West Anglia Foundation Trust has appointed a new chief executive following the retirement of Stephen Graves.
An acute and community trust has launched a long-awaited £42m overhaul of its electronic patient record systems which will “revolutionise” the way care is delivered by staff to patients.
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.
A specialist trust that has seen a high turnover of directors in recent years has been rated requires improvement for leadership by the Care Quality Commission.
Children needing psychological therapy “underwent many years of invasive treatment” at a specialist trust after presenting with non-medical or “fabricated symptoms”, royal college investigators were told.
A hospital trust in London is predicting a private income of more than £100m in 2018-19.
An independent investigation is needed into whether trusts are getting significant net additions to their income from treating private patients, and whether the drive to set aside yet further beds for private patients should be allowed to continue. By Colin Leys