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.
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.
An integrated care system’s new overtime ‘rate card’ has sparked a furious response from doctors who warned the “woefully under-market value” rates were directly undermining efforts to ensure safe staffing.
HSJ can reveal the first ratings given to every integrated care system for the ‘digital maturity’ of its NHS providers.
A mental health trust has named a managing director as its interim chief executive while the substantive post-holder is on secondment at the local integrated care board.
More than half the integrated care systems in the north of England have refused to agree a balanced financial plan, HSJ has learned.
NHS organisations will have to make average efficiency savings of almost 6 per cent to meet their financial requirements this year, a report suggests, which is significantly higher than the levels demanded before the pandemic.
Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire and Berkshire West Integrated Care Board has appointed its third chief executive, and second interim, since it was established last July.
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 legal battle has erupted between a hospital trust and bank-backed PFI company over fire safety and payment refusals. We discuss why the case has potentially wider implications for other NHS trusts.
An integrated care board’s chair is on a ‘period of extended leave’, amid wider concerns about unstable leadership, poor relationships and staff dissatisfaction at the organisation, HSJ can reveal.
At least 14 integrated care systems have now officially admitted they will end the year with a budget deficit, after just five areas said this at the start of the year.
The government’s target for England to become smoke-free by 2030 – which integrated care systems are expected to pursue – is being undermined by the unavailability of two smoking cessation medicines.
The waiting list for endoscopies has broken the record set during the height of the covid pandemic, as referrals for suspected colorectal cancer surged, HSJ analysis shows.
As we get ready to say goodbye to 2022, HSJ takes a look back at the 10 most read integration stories of the year.
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.
The chief executive of a successful acute trust is to take over as the interim leader of an integrated care system.
A former Number 10 adviser who was made CEO of an integrated care board has become the first to leave since the organisations were created in July this year.
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.