A south London trust has seen quality and safety deteriorate in some areas as its leadership focussed on major strategic changes, according to a Care Quality Commission report.
A trust whose chief executive is also in charge of commissioning for its patch has appointed a director tasked with helping “join together” health and care services.
An unprecedented five trusts saw less than half of their accident and emergency attendances within four hours in December, HSJ analysis reveals.
Three people died of cancer and another four came to severe harm after their endoscopies were delayed, a teaching hospital trust has confirmed.
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A clinical commissioning group and a provider trust have announced a further three joint executive appointments.
The government has unveiled a list of 20 new capital investment projects worth a total of £853m.
A trust chief executive will jointly lead its local clinical commissioning group from October, as part of a shared management structure established by the two bodies.
A serious incident has been declared at a trust after a backlog in scans delayed five patients’ cancer diagnosis.
The NHS has recorded its worst first quarter accident and emergency performance since records started, data released this morning revealed.
An integrated care trust received the lowest score in England from the inpatient survey, partly down to people’s experience of being discharged.
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Clinical commissioning groups in London are planning mergers that would form the two largest CCGs in England.
A trust and clinical commissioning group today launched a plan to appoint a joint chief executive across both organisations.
Below is a breakdown by area of acute and combined trusts performance on the NHS staff survey, according to the share of employees who would recommend their organisation for work or care.
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.
NHS performance against the four-hour accident and emergency target hit a record low in January on both the overall and type 1 category for major emergency departments.
The trust with the worst elective waiting times performance is outsourcing work to other NHS trusts and a private provider, and restricting out-of-area referrals.