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  • Cambridge
    HSJ Local

    Trust sells two sites to housing quango in £20m deal


    Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Foundation Trust has completed a £20m sale of two of its sites to a housing quango, which plans to build 326 new homes on the land.

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    Exclusive: NHS England mulls specialised services payment overhaul


    NHS England is considering a radical overhaul of the way specialised mental health services are paid for including a greater emphasis on rewarding providers for shifting care into the community, according to internal documents obtained by HSJ.

  • Jeremy hunt

    Health secretary urged to act on CAMHS after teenager's suicide


    Health secretary Jeremy Hunt has been asked to consider the lack of commissioned services for children too anxious to attend hospital appointments following the death of a teenage boy.

  • Sean Duggan

    Workforce shortage delays mental health safety checks


    The Care Quality Commission has increased pay for doctors carrying out essential safeguarding visits for mental health patients after a workforce shortage resulted in waiting time targets being missed.

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    HSJ Local

    Services set for closure rated 'outstanding'


    Specialist mental health services which are due to be closed by NHS England have been rated “outstanding” by the Care Quality Commission.

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    First trust prosecuted by CQC pleads guilty to safety failures


    Southern Health pleaded guilty to failing to provide safe care and treatment Patient broke their neck after climbing onto roof The trust had done “nothing sufficient to prevent” incident despite warning signs Southern Health Foundation Trust has pleaded guilty to a causing a patient life-altering

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    Unprecedented winter bed pressure revealed in new stats


    Bed occupancy hits record high, as overall bed numbers across NHS continue to decline Royal College of Surgeons says data is “exceptionally worrying” Acute bed numbers have however risen slightly overall on last year Acute bed occupancy hit a record high in the final quarter of 2016-17, while a

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    HSJ Local

    Inquest prompts police probe into inpatient deaths


    Police launch probe into patient deaths at acute adult inpatient unit The Essex Police probe is investigating whether there is a criminal case to answer over the deaths of patients at the Linden Centre, now run by Essex Partnership University Foundation Trust Seven patients have died at the

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    Tech fund raid concerns raised as £100m remains on hold


    Senior NHS figures raise concerns that £100m digital fund could be raided Global digital exemplar money should have been allocated already but has not been released by DH DH insist trusts will get funding “once business case has been through final approvals process” Concerns that a high profile

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    HSJ Local

    Staffing and leadership monitored at private hospital in special measures


    NHS England is closely monitoring staff “capacity and capability” at Huntercombe Hospital in Stafford after damning CQC report One ward remains closed and two have capped capacity CQC has completed a follow-up inspection, which the hospital says found improvements The “capacity and capability” of