A group CEO who is one of the longest-serving leaders in the NHS is retiring after four decades as a chief executive.
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 new NHS trust deemed ‘too small’ after taking on just £24m worth of services has reported a significant increase in spending on its executive team.
A “great” ambulance trust’s “uncompromising” focus on outcomes and its own performance has been a barrier to system working and affected relationships with partners, an external review has advised it.
HSJ can reveal the first ratings given to every integrated care system for the ‘digital maturity’ of its NHS providers.
Local NHS bosses are holding last-ditch talks over the future of a trust which was supposed to hold a ‘landmark’ integrated care contract worth £360m, after efforts to merge it with other organisations failed, HSJ has learned.
More than half the integrated care systems in the north of England have refused to agree a balanced financial plan, HSJ has learned.
A total of 14 integrated care systems are forecasting a combined deficit of £650m in 2023-24, NHS England’s chief finance officer said on Thursday.
Staff were suspended by their trust after they were found to have been sleeping in a patient’s bed, a Care Quality Commission report has revealed.
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.
Six integrated care systems have not held any public meetings of their ‘partnership’ boards – and nine have not published any ICP meetings or papers – nearly a year after they were set up.
A former NHS chief executive is taking the helm at two more acute trusts in the West Midlands, it has been announced.
The joint chair of two Midlands hospitals is stepping down after a four-year term.
Health leaders in the Midlands are considering winding down or merging an NHS trust that was supposed to hold a ‘landmark’ integrated care contract worth £360m, according to trust papers.
Trusts in the south of England are expected to see a lower rate of income growth under the planned new payment tariff for 2023-24.
Autistic people in England who do not also have a learning disability are approximately 51 per cent more likely to die in a single year compared to the general population, according to a leaked document which estimates the mortality rate for the first time.
Six integrated care boards across the West Midlands are proposing to establish a joint committee of chief executives to make shared decisions on key issues impacting the region, it has emerged.
Analysis of a major patient survey suggests wide variation between GP services in different health systems.
An ambulance trust which took on running NHS 111 services to provide consistent care quality is handing back a major contract for the service.