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Dr Fenella Wrigley urges much greater use of patient care plans to help pressured frontline crews make the right decisions when attending 999 calls
Read on to find out about the organisations shortlisted for the Innovation in Mental Health category at the HSJ Awards 2017
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The finalists for the first HSJ Healthcare Partnership Awards have been announced today.
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Several community and mental health trusts have received significant extra investment funding that was originally intended for the acute sector.
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A “model ambulance” is to be created to tackle variation across England’s 10 ambulance trusts.
NHS England’s director of acute care says a new call handling system could be introduced nationally as part of a plan to modernise the ambulance service.
London Ambulance Service Trust has appointed a new chief executive to succeed acting chief Andrew Grimshaw, who will leave in June.
A trust placed in financial special measures last month has appointed a new chief financial officer.
Clinical commissioning groups in the capital could lose their responsibility for commissioning London Ambulance Service following a review proposed by NHS England.
The chief executive of London Ambulance Service Trust is to retire at the end of the year.
Marianne Griffiths of Western Sussex Hospitals Foundation Trust has been named Chief Executive of the Year at the 2016 HSJ Awards.
Regulators have published proposed new ratings for every NHS trust that reflect the seriousness of the problems they face.
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Ambulance service performance has slumped over the past year as trusts struggle to cope with an 18 per cent rise in the most serious cases.
Ministers agreed nearly £300,000 in pay rises for the chairs of NHS trusts over the past year, HSJ can reveal.