Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

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Trust drops controversial subsidiary plans after new CEO joins

A teaching trust has scrapped controversial plans to set up a subsidiary company — a move which campaigners hailed as “extremely good news” for NHS staff.

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Teaching trust finances ‘at significant risk’ from savings shortfall

A teaching trust has said there is “significant” risk it will miss its deficit control total for 2019-20, as it tries to plug a £5.4m savings gap.

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FT to enter regional pathology joint venture

An NHS foundation trust in north Yorkshire is participating in a pathology joint venture as part of a new networking approach.

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Staff strike over trust’s subsidiary company plan

Hundreds of staff at Bradford Teaching Hospitals Foundation Trust have started a two-week strike over the trust’s plans to set up a subsidiary company.

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Long-serving CEO switches to teaching hospital

A long-serving chief executive in the north west has been appointed to run a teaching hospital and health economy in Yorkshire, HSJ has learned.

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The biggest set of mergers for a decade

Insider tales and must-read analysis on how integration is reshaping health and care systems, NHS providers, primary care, and commissioning. This week by deputy editor Dave West.

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Staff survey analysis: Trusts with the highest and lowest levels of discrimination

The annual staff survey has shown a steady increase in discrimination since 2015. Below is a breakdown of the trusts with the highest and lowest percentages of staff experiencing discrimination at work in the last 12 months, comparing 2017 to 2018.

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Revealed: The trusts where A&E has slipped most

Waiting time performance for major emergency admissions at one London trust has deteriorated by 29 percentage points in the last two years, HSJ can reveal.

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The duty of candour: a timely reminder to providers

Joanna Sharr explores the Care Quality Commission’s criminal enforcement powers if a provider fails to comply with the duty of candour

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London Eye: Waxing of the merger moon

Essential insight into England’s biggest health economy, by Ben Clover

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New chief executive for £1bn+ trust

One of the NHS’s biggest hospital trusts has appointed a new chief executive.

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London Eye: Fat and rich?

Essential insight into England’s biggest health economy, by Ben Clover

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CQC issues first of its kind penalty

The Care Quality Commission has, for the first time, fined a trust for failing to comply with its duty of candour.

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London Eye: New year, new appointments

Essential insight into England’s biggest health economy, by Ben Clover

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Some DGH chiefs paid more than CEOs at largest trusts

Fifteen trust chief executives were paid at yearly rates of more than £250,000 last year, including several in the north east running district general hospitals, according to HSJ analysis.

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HSJ Awards 2018: Improvement in Emergency and Urgent Care

Children and young people account for 30 per cent of emergency department attendances in Bradford. But in 70 per cent of these cases, the patient is discharged after an initial observation – only five per cent are eventually admitted to a hospital bed. This means that the majority of children ...

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Government hits back in clinical waste row

The government has hit back at claims that there is not enough incineration capacity to burn waste from NHS hospitals - accusing the company at the centre of a stockpiling scandal of refusing to pay disposal costs.

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Patients 'pressurised' into treatment to hit cancer target

Some prostate cancer patients are “pressurised into receiving treatment within 62 days” even where it is deemed unnecessary, according to evidence within a new report.

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Waiting times blow out to 22 weeks as elective admissions falter

Waiting times rose again, and the longest waits were hardest hit. Continued, severe and widespread capacity pressures are the likely culprit. By Rob Findlay