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  • premature baby
    HSJ Local

    CCGs defend response to maternal deaths at 'inadequate' trust

    2016-12-21T16:11:00Z

    A string of serious patient safety incidents at Pennine Acute were revealed in a recent review of maternity services HSJ has obtained a review carried out by CCGs in 2014 that identified “several significant issues” within the trust’s maternity services CCGs have defended their response to the

  • Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust
    HSJ Local

    Devo Manc leaders seek 'best deal' for trust turnaround

    2016-12-21T16:07:00Z

    No national funding has been given to the turnaround work at Pennine Acute Hospitals Similar turnaround efforts have received significant financial support from the Department of Health Leaders say “best deal possible” will be reached for 2017-18 Leaders in Greater Manchester have said they need

  • Manchester
    News

    Regional review set to consider major overhaul of CCGs

    2016-12-12T07:00:00Z

    Leaders in Greater Manchester want to commission an independent review of the current commissioning arrangements in the region.

  • Lawrence dunhill expert briefing
    Expert Briefing

    North by North West: 'Left to die alone'

    2016-11-29T10:30:00Z

    Essential insight into NHS matters in the North West of England, with a particular focus on the devolution project in Greater Manchester. By Lawrence Dunhill

  • Jigsaw puzzle
    News

    NHS England sets new rules for CCG mergers

    2016-11-07T12:15:00Z

    Clinical commissioning group mergers must create footprints that help deliver sustainability and transformation plans, and which are “future proofed” for the emergence of accountable care providers, under new NHS England guidance.

  • Salford Royal Foundation Trust
    HSJ Local

    Cancer surgery decision ends decade long dispute

    2016-10-21T11:28:00Z

    Salford Royal Foundation Trust has been chosen as the single site for some specialised cancer services in Greater Manchester, HSJ understands.

  • Manchester tram
    HSJ Local

    Leaders of CCG trio commit to merger by April

    2016-09-20T13:58:00Z

    CCG leaders in Manchester committed to merger in 2017 Formal arrangement to be struck with Manchester City Council Plans mirror the merger of city’s hospitals The leaders of the three clinical commissioning groups for Manchester have committed to a formal merger by April 2017, according to an

  • Dr Gillian Fairfield
    HSJ Local

    Former Pennine Acute chief 'very sorry' for speed of turnaround

    2016-08-12T10:56:00Z

    Pennine Acute Hospitals Trust rated “inadequate” by the CQC following an inspection in February when Gillian Fairfield still led the trust It was also rated inadequate in the well led category, though the report noted staff were “very positive” about Dr Fairfield Dr Fairfield: “I am very sorry

  • Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust
    HSJ Local

    Major acute trust to be rated inadequate

    2016-08-10T16:25:00Z

    QUALITY: A large acute trust in Greater Manchester is set to be rated inadequate by the Care Quality Commission, HSJ understands.

  • Parliament, policy, politician, government
    News

    Ministers accused of 'preventing real NHS devolution'

    2016-08-10T07:30:00Z

    IPPR report accuses ministers of “preventing devolution” in the NHS Sadiq Khan reiterates his call for devolved health powers for London Welfare and justice should also be devolved so areas can address social determinants of health, report says Ministers have been accused of “preventing

  • Manchester
    HSJ Local

    Manchester to launch single 'out of hospital provider' in April

    2016-07-20T12:31:00Z

    Health leaders in Manchester will aim to create a single provider of out of hospital services by April 2017 Two major teaching trusts will also aim to merge by the same date The aim is for GPs to be “contractually linked” to the new non-acute provider STRUCTURE: Health leaders in Manchester will

  • Manchester central
    HSJ Local

    CCGs and council consider 'formal integration'

    2016-07-18T07:00:00Z

    STRUCTURE: A consultancy firm has been commissioned to consider the benefits of formally integrating Manchester’s three clinical commissioning groups and commissioners of social care services.

  • law
    HSJ Local

    CCGs halt service closure plan ahead of legal challenge

    2016-07-14T14:52:00Z

    CCGs stop closure of several mental health services ahead of judicial review The closures will be examined as part of a wider consultation Cuts were confirmed in March amid protests from local campaigners MENTAL HEALTH: Commissioners in Greater Manchester have halted the closure of several ...

  • Stockport
    HSJ Local

    Landmark reconfiguration held up by capital funding squeeze

    2016-07-14T07:00:00Z

    Healthier Together reconfiguration delayed due to constraints on capital funding The project in Greater Manchester requires £35m-£61m of capital funding, but only £3m has so far been confirmed Local leaders revisit implementation plan to “send clear message that commissioners are committed”

  • Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust
    HSJ Local

    Two major trusts could give up 'sovereignty' to hospital chain

    2016-06-03T07:00:00Z

    ’Hospital chain’ set to have two categories of members, with some relinquishing a greater degree of sovereignty Salford Royal Foundation Trust and Pennine Acute Hospitals Trust could become ’full integrated members’, with Wigan and Bolton trusts as ’associates’ There have been ‘divergent views’

  • Manchester tram
    HSJ Local

    Single 'city-wide' trust proposed for Manchester

    2016-05-31T14:47:00Z

    Recommendation would mean a new trust running services currently provided at Central Manchester University Hospitals Foundation Trust, University Hospitals of South Manchester FT and North Manchester General Hospital. Sir Jonathan Michael rejected the idea of creating a “hospital chain”, which is

  • Lawrence dunhill expert briefing
    Expert Briefing

    North by North West: The bitter smell of success

    2016-05-19T11:10:00Z

    Essential insight into NHS matters in the North West of England, with a particular focus on the devolution project in Greater Manchester. By Lawrence Dunhill

  • Trolley
    HSJ Local

    Trust reports dozens of 12 hour trolley waits in single month

    2016-05-16T06:00:00Z

    Official data for March shows there were 137 “trolley waits” of at least 12 hours at Pennine Acute Hospitals Trust Trust says a new internal system had skewed the numbers, so the true number of 12 hour breaches was around 70 – still the highest in England There have been serious performance

  • Lawrence dunhill expert briefing
    Expert Briefing

    North by North West: Will savings require job cuts?

    2016-05-11T08:00:00Z

    Essential insight into NHS matters in the North West of England, with a particular focus on the devolution project in Greater Manchester. By Lawrence Dunhill

  • Gillian Fairfield
    HSJ Local

    Trust leaders accused of focusing on 'institutional preservation'

    2016-04-27T16:44:00Z

    Sir Richard Leese said Pennine Acute’s business plan under previous management “prioritised institutional preservation” Manchester council is leading a review of hospital services in the city HSJ has previously highlighted tensions over the future of North Manchester General Hospital The leader