A hospital trust whose chair quit after publicly raising serious concerns about the chief executive has admitted shortcomings in how it handled the situation.
The chair of a hospital trust who quit after raising serious concerns about the chief executive has now accused the organisation of “institutional corruption and dishonesty” after it claimed he was “asked to resign by the board”.
A hospital trust chair has quit over a dispute with its chief executive and made public several serious criticisms of her leadership.
An integrated care system deemed to be a relatively strong performer is now forecasting a £25m deficit, after signing up to a breakeven plan at the start of the year, its CEO has said.
The cost of living squeeze is a significant factor in some stillbirths, according to case reviews carried out in one of England’s most deprived areas.
A university is ‘exploring’ a move into providing NHS diagnostic services after spending £1.5m on equipment to train its radiography students.
The Care Quality Commission has upgraded a major hospital trust to a ‘good’ rating for what is believed to be the first time since the start of the pandemic.
Only one in five trusts has reached the level of digitisation required by 2025 – more than three years after the target was set, tech chiefs have revealed.
Hospital trusts are still treating many patients just before the four-hour A&E target deadline, whose proposed abolition was reversed by government yesterday, HSJ analysis has revealed.
Moving to a joint chair with a neighbouring foundation trust encourages better integration – and is not an indicator it is struggling – a provider chief has told HSJ.
At least 11 trusts have paid just over £4m to a Russian government-owned energy supplier in the current financial year, while 17 paid the company £17m the year before, HSJ analysis shows.
A troubled trust, where leaders are braced for a review into high-profile bullying allegations, was today fined for breaching duty of candour regulations in a separate case.
Barts Health NHS Trust launched the Barts Emergency Access Care Hub (BEACH) in September 2020, which covers patients across the Barts Health footprint. The BEACH provides a single point of access for all eligible patients who have been given an ED disposition by a NHS 111 clinician or an on-scene ...
A city which has seen high levels of covid-19 infection and mortality through much of the pandemic has declared it plans to vaccinate its entire adult population by July — a target months ahead of national ambitions.
Ten more hospitals are to start giving the Pfizer covid vaccine, including two in coronavirus ‘hot spots’.
Another Yorkshire trust has suspended non-urgent elective care following a large rise in covid admissions.
Supplies of personal protective equipment for health and social care staff in parts of Yorkshire are running so low that local authorities have joined forces to charter a plane from China to deliver the desperately needed equipment.
Three NHS trust chief executives have heavily criticised communications provider Hospedia for continuing to charge for patient access to television during the coronavirus pandemic.
Twenty-three trusts will share a £28m pot of technology funding as part of the first wave of “digital aspirant” providers, NHSX has announced.
Trusts have warned they should not be “burdened with unfunded commitments” on pay and conditions, and said they “would welcome” talks on another multiyear NHS pay deal.