A sustainability and transformation partnership had “not begun to function effectively” when the Care Quality Commission carried out a local system review at the end of 2017.
More than a quarter of hospital trusts are now routinely delaying payments to their suppliers because of cash flow problems, analysis by HSJ reveals.
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.
Western Sussex Hospitals Foundation Trust: Western Sussex Patient First Programme
NHS Improvement’s provider leadership committee approved nine compulsory redundancies at senior level over nine months in 2016-17, documents obtained by HSJ reveal.
A trust which is rated outstanding and is in relative financial health has reported an £8m deterioration in its finances.
A prestigious London foundation trust has the lowest rating for patient satisfaction, new data on private healthcare reveals.
NHS Improvement has approved £30m of new investment in emergency care facilities at a special measures trust, as part of a new initiative to reduce A&E waiting times and improve the care quality.
A clinical commissioning group has been placed under legal directions by NHS England after reporting a £27m overspend.
Almost 70 per cent of NHS trusts have seen a rise in E coli infections in the 12 months up to to January 2017, raising questions over their ability to meet the government’s target to cut rates by 50 per cent in three years.
The latest NHS bed occupancy figures are the highest ever recorded for a third quarter since quarterly data collections began in 2010, providing a further sign of the system’s capacity challenges.
Standout trends in this year’s rankings include the prevalence of the multi-trust leader, the influence of outstanding CQC ratings and the rise of women chief executives
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Marianne Griffiths of Western Sussex Hospitals Foundation Trust has been named Chief Executive of the Year at the 2016 HSJ Awards.
Tracking everything that’s new in care models and progress of the Five Year Forward View.
The chief executive and chair of Western Sussex Hospitals Foundation Trust are to take over the leadership of struggling Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals Trust, a letter leaked to HSJ has revealed.
Regulators have published proposed new ratings for every NHS trust that reflect the seriousness of the problems they face.
Nearly three quarters of children with child protection plans do not have their details stored on an information sharing scheme designed to ensure their safety, HSJ can reveal.
Twenty hospitals trusts are responsible for more than half the overall decline in the annual accident and emergency waiting times performance, HSJ analysis reveals.
Western Sussex Hospitals Foundation Trust has become only the third acute trust in England to be rated “outstanding” by the Care Quality Commission, with staff being praised by the chief inspector of hospitals and the chief executive.