Seventy NHS trusts have now been recruited by NHS Improvement to its programme to improve workforce retention rates in the health service.
Funding for 25 NHS trusts to introduce barcoding technology to improve patient safety and efficiency could be announced early next year.
More than a quarter of hospital trusts are now routinely delaying payments to their suppliers because of cash flow problems, analysis by HSJ reveals.
Another trust in the West Midlands has raised concerns over under pressure neurology services with hundreds of people waiting for an appointment.
More than 1,000 patients have been left waiting for follow up appointments because of capacity problems at a struggling specialist service.
More than one in five trusts failed to properly apply security updates that would have protected them against the worst cyberattack in NHS history.
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Two hospital trusts in the Midlands have approved an outline business case to merge.
When a foundation trust began using barcodes to improve stock control and procurement, it soon realised that the technology was capable of helping to achieve more ambitious goals relating to safety and savings
Two hospital trusts in the West Midlands are no longer accepting outpatient referrals for neurology services and another is refusing out of area referrals, due to recruitment difficulties and rising demand.
Two NHS trusts in the Midlands are working on proposals to work closer together, including a potential full merger, HSJ understands.
Almost half of NHS staff say there are not enough of them to do their jobs properly, according to the latest NHS staff survey.
Forty NHS trusts set to miss their financial targets have received almost £200m from the national fund intended to reward trusts for good performance.
Wound infections can dramatically lengthen treatment times and cost the NHS large sums of money, which is why funding for preventative measures is so important
Regulators have published proposed new ratings for every NHS trust that reflect the seriousness of the problems they face.
Some of the largest hospital trusts in England are already struggling to meet their financial target for 2016-17, according to analysis by HSJ.
HSJ analysis has identified the trusts where patient experience improved in the most areas last year, according to the national inpatient experience survey.
Gavin Boyle explains how the chief operating officer of Derbyshire Teaching Hospitals Foundation Trust will help reshape the county’s health and social care system
This is a full list of trusts’ scores on the new digital maturity index, based on HSJ analysis of NHS England data.
Regulators are banking on a major turnaround in financial performance at many acute trusts next year to improve the sector’s bottom line – even after they have received relief funding.