The chief executive of one of the first teaching trusts in the country to have eliminated two-year waiters for elective care has said there is ‘no magic to it’ and it can be replicated elsewhere.
Financial data obtained by HSJ shows trusts have routinely used additional income received from NHS commissioners to boost their reported ‘cost improvements’ – despite regulators claiming this did not happen.
Donna Griffiths discusses how putting the focus on the wellbeing of employees during challenging times and introducing support packages and policies can make a powerful impact.
The digital pathway helps people with severe mental illness to plan and manage their own care, supported by a platform that brings all the tools together in one place. This allows the patient to dynamically interact with the people and organisations involved in their care and to move seamlessly between ...
Seven trusts will receive £6m each over the next three years in the second phase of Matt Hancock’s plan to improve IT infrastructure in the health service.
Local NHS requests for hundreds of millions of pounds of government funding to help deal with covid pressures have gone unanswered throughout the pandemic, an HSJ investigation has found.
An international effort to improve patient care through collaboration and the sharing of real-time experience and outcome data helped an NHS trust to stay ahead of the covid ‘curve’, notes Nina Janda
The Flu Bee Game is designed to improve vaccination rates by engaging, educating and encouraging staff to get vaccinated.
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.
More than half the compensation claims in ophthalmology relate to late treatment or missed follow-ups, new data reveals.
Dozens of patients suffered permanent or long-term harm to their eyes after waiting too long for a follow-up appointment, HSJ can reveal — with thousands more waiting over a year longer than they should have.
A trust in the West Midlands has appointed a former local authority chief as its new chair.
NHS England has announced the 12 trusts which will trial the proposed new elective waiting time standard.
NHS England’s medical director for the West Midlands has left to take up a role at a hospital trust.
NHS trusts continue to miss targets aimed at helping hospitals spend millions of pounds more effectively, HSJ can reveal.
NHS Improvement has authorised a tranche of financial support projects, ending a mini-drought in trusts tendering for management consultancy.
Around £20m in disputed payments between trusts and commissioners have been referred to NHS England for arbitration so far this financial year, board papers have revealed.