Another Yorkshire trust has suspended non-urgent elective care following a large rise in covid admissions.
Supplies of personal protective equipment for health and social care staff in parts of Yorkshire are running so low that local authorities have joined forces to charter a plane from China to deliver the desperately needed equipment.
Three NHS trust chief executives have heavily criticised communications provider Hospedia for continuing to charge for patient access to television during the coronavirus pandemic.
Twenty-three trusts will share a £28m pot of technology funding as part of the first wave of “digital aspirant” providers, NHSX has announced.
Trusts have warned they should not be “burdened with unfunded commitments” on pay and conditions, and said they “would welcome” talks on another multiyear NHS pay deal.
With 2019 coming to an end, HSJ is taking some time to look back at the most read stories on leadership and appointments of the year.
HSJ’s Performance Watch expert briefing is our fortnightly newsletter on the most pressing performance matters troubling system leaders. This week by bureau chief Ben Clover.
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.
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.
An NHS foundation trust in north Yorkshire is participating in a pathology joint venture as part of a new networking approach.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Joanna Sharr explores the Care Quality Commission’s criminal enforcement powers if a provider fails to comply with the duty of candour
Essential insight into England’s biggest health economy, by Ben Clover
One of the NHS’s biggest hospital trusts has appointed a new chief executive.