A trust which has been at the centre of a series of scandals over the last year has appointed a former regional director as its group chief medical officer.
Recovering services from the covid crisis is the big task for NHS leaders for the foreseeable future. The Recovery Watch newsletter tracks prospects and progress. This week by HSJ bureau chief and performance lead James Illman.
Government is in talks with national NHS leaders over how to fill an urgent funding gap of at least £1bn this financial year, HSJ has learned, as new analysis shows all 42 local integrated care systems were behind their own plans less than halfway through 2023-24.
A review which captured the views of thousands of staff at one of the largest NHS trusts has found many feel ‘unsupported, disrespected and pushed beyond their capacity’.
The national rollout of a new policing model scaling back officers’ responses to mental health incidents could cost the NHS around £260m, a trust chief executive has told MPs.
A major teaching trust confirmed an overhaul of its executive team today, including the sudden announcement that its chief medical officer is leaving.
Delays in patient care and a lack of consultant support have left junior medics fearing for their mental health, an NHS England investigation has discovered.
A struggling teaching trust has appointed three new executives, but failed to recruit two hospital-level CEOs as planned, HSJ has learned.
All but two integrated care systems have published new five-year ‘forward plans’, setting out how they will attempt to recover health services, improve health and wellbeing and mitigate inequalities.
The Care Quality Commission has revealed the first two integrated care systems that it will inspect, as part of a pilot, this summer.
HSJ can reveal the first ratings given to every integrated care system for the ‘digital maturity’ of its NHS providers.
The former chief operating officer of a struggling teaching trust has been appointed as its new group chief executive.
A major teaching trust is dominated by a ‘medical patriarchy’, while ‘misogynistic behaviour’ is a regular occurrence, two investigations have discovered.
Investigators have begun a further review of how a major trust handles disciplinary and professional standards cases, including allegations leaders had targeted some doctors with referrals to the medical regulator, HSJ has learned.
One of the NHS’s biggest trusts is cutting 20 per cent of its executive board roles, HSJ has learned.
A trust director has stepped down after a row with consultants about the leadership culture within her department, HSJ has learned.
A struggling trust has started recruitment for its new substantive chief executive, after a review found its leadership had become ‘overzealous and coercive’.
Trainee medics in a troubled maternity department have flagged concerns with national regulators over the safety of patients, it has emerged.
Fewer than one in 10 GP practices offers patients access to their records in several areas of England, with significant variation across England, six months ahead of a new deadline.