The overarching theme of HSJ’s 2023 ranking of the NHS’s leading provider trust chief executives is one of change. Twenty-four of the names in the top 50 are new when compared to the 2022 list, although some have appeared in the rankings during previous years.
As we get ready to bid farewell to 2022, HSJ looks back at the 10 most read mental health stories of the year.
Two coastal trusts embarking on a new leadership model have appointed a joint chief executive.
An “outstanding” mental health trust will share a joint chief executive and chair with an acute trust covering the same patch, it has been announced.
A mental health trust has appointed an acting chief executive, after its highly regarded CEO left to run an acute provider.
Projects in Dorset and Devon are set to be the first within the government’s New Hospital Programme to agree construction contracts.
A chief executive with less than four years’ experience has been selected as the number one CEO in HSJ’s eighth annual ranking of the service’s top provider trust chiefs
The leader of one of England’s top community and mental health trusts has been appointed chief executive of a major acute provider.
Early uptake of the flu vaccine by frontline NHS staff slumped this year, with only two in five having received it by the end of October, official figures show.
HSJ analysis of data from the latest General Medical Council national training survey has revealed the top and bottom trusts for overall experience for junior doctors.
Sixteen people are now chairing more than one NHS trust, but there is significant variation in how much they are paid for their extra roles, an HSJ analysis has found.
A government policy designed to let trusts take ownership of the buildings in which they provide services has been largely ignored, says the CEO of the NHS property quango.
Covid-19 infections likely to have been caught in hospital have increased by almost half in a week, with several trusts seeing significant rises, HSJ can reveal.
The Cultural Ambassador programme was an opportunity to make a difference and challenge any unconscious bias and discrimination that may occur for those black, Asian and minority ethnic employees entering or during formal HR processes.
As we get ready to say goodbye to 2019, HSJ takes a look back at the 10 most read mental health stories of the year.
The trusts which will benefit from a share of £2.7bn to rebuild hospitals, or £100m to develop business cases for future schemes, announced by the prime minister today.
Reverse mentoring and a “retreat” for self-referring patients who feel in crisis are just two of the factors which earned a mental health and community trust an “outstanding” rating.
Trusts have been invited to apply for ownership of buildings on their estate which are currently owned by NHS Property Services and Community Health Partnerships.