Sir Jim Mackey is moving on from Northumbria Healthcare FT after 18 years and taking the top job at Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals FT. This week we discuss what this means for the NHS in the North East and also for NHSE, where he will be leaving his chief operating ...
Sir Jim Mackey has been named the new chief executive of Newcastle Hospitals, and a Number 10 official will return to NHS England to take over his role as interim chief operating officer, it has been announced.
The number of NHS-funded hip replacements carried out last year remained well below pre-covid levels, while the total funded privately nearly doubled to cover the shortfall, new data reveals.
The true scale of poor performance against the four-hour waiting time target at individual A&E sites, which is often masked by the official trust-level data, has been laid bare for the first time by information acquired by HSJ.
A national NHS leader has said regulation of managers ‘is coming’, and the service should ‘just go with it and make it as effective’ as possible.
Innovation and adaptability are key to the success of learning and development in healthcare. Professor Debbie Porteous shares how their dynamic approach to professional development is meeting the changing needs and requirements of the sector
Trusts ‘over-delivering’ on two emergency care targets this winter will be awarded a share of a new £150m capital fund, NHS England has announced.
An ambulance service has pledged to overhaul how it makes disclosures to coroners after a review found that details of care failings were withheld in a number of cases.
A leading acute trust which made the pioneering move of becoming a direct provider of social care last year is planning a major expansion of its services.
A trust led by a national director has agreed to make bonus payments to workers on its staff bank, despite there being ‘no obligation’ and the government refusing to fund it.
Local systems failed to come up with realistic alternatives to bringing back payment by results for planned care despite an initial ‘panic’ around its return, according to NHS England’s elective recovery boss.
Two top-level NHS England directors have announced they are leaving the organisation after about two years in their current posts.
NHS trusts have been given targets to increase elective activity that range from 103 per cent of pre-pandemic levels to nearly 130 per cent, internal data seen by HSJ reveals.
Dr Umang Patel emphasises that with AI, we stand at the start-line of a new professional era for clinicians
Many of the highest paid trust chiefs now have two executive roles, including the first permanent NHS CEO to be paid a base salary of more than £300,000 a year, HSJ analysis reveals.
Trusts are regularly denying staff employed by their wholly owned subsidiary companies access to the NHS pension and providing them with schemes which are significantly less generous.
As we get ready to say goodbye to 2022, HSJ takes a look back at the 10 most read integration stories of the year.
A construction firm has agreed to pay around £100m to an NHS trust after structural defects were found at one of its hospitals, HSJ understands.
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.