Marianne Griffiths leads the HSJ Top 50 chief executives list in which mental health leaders continue to be over-represented while those heading acute trusts are under-represented, writes Alastair McLellan
Integrated care systems will be eligible for a share of a £1bn ‘recovery fund’ in 2021-22 by achieving certain elective activity targets based on pre-covid levels.
Seven trusts will receive £6m each over the next three years in the second phase of Matt Hancock’s plan to improve IT infrastructure in the health service.
Sir David Nicholson, former NHS England chief executive, has been appointed to chair a second acute trust in the Midlands, it has been announced.
Staff at a Midlands hospital trust told regulators they had repeatedly raised safety concerns internally without action being taken.
NHS England chief executive Sir Simon Stevens has launched a blistering attack on people who post videos of ‘empty’ hospitals online claiming they show the NHS is not under pressure from covid.
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The previous chief executive of the NHS has said “we need to support our staff and make sure we respond vigorously to people who deny there is a problem” with covid, as pressure on the service in most areas continues to grow.
Ten more hospitals are to start giving the Pfizer covid vaccine, including two in coronavirus ‘hot spots’.
Former NHS chief Sir David Nicholson says NHS management needs to be ‘a bit more creative’ to rebuild despite covid-19, and to disprove government perceptions that it is ‘slow and inward looking’.
Regulators have uncovered multiple examples of patients being put at risk when junior doctors are left with tasks they are not trained for, lacking support, and facing bullying and inappropriate behaviour.
The Care Quality Commission has downgraded two emergency departments run by Worcestershire Acute Hospitals Trust to “inadequate” ratings amid quality concerns and consistently poor ambulance handovers.
NHS providers that owe the government a combined £10bn would see the debts converted into a form of investment that does not have to be repaid, under plans being discussed by national leaders.
Not one of the NHS’ major hospital trusts hit the four-hour 95 per cent standard in November as performance across core metrics plummeted to new lows in the face of record demand.
An independent review into mortality has exposed serious workforce problems and a failure to learn from deaths at a hospital trust.
Pension problems and staff shortages have caused cancer waits to surge at a West Midlands trust.
One of the NHS’ most troubled trusts has moved out of the “inadequate” Care Quality Commission rating.
Heavily-indebted NHS providers are bidding to restructure their loans with the Department of Health and Social Care, albeit with little prospect of them being written off.
One of the country’s most troubled hospital trusts, which is chaired by former NHS England chief executive Sir David Nicholson, has rejected regulators’ request for it to rein in its large deficit.