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  • David Williams
    Expert Briefing

    What’s new in care models: The NHS’s first accountable care organisation?


    Tracking everything that’s new in care models and progress of the Five Year Forward View

  • The new Northumbria hospital

    Contract to be let for pioneering 'ACO'


    One of the first ‘ACO’ contracts to be let Foundation trust was the only provider to express an interest Due to begin in April next year A northern foundation trust will take control of a single budget for all local services except primary care from next April in a significant step forward for

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    HSJ Awards 2016 shortlist unveiled


    We have today revealed the shortlist for the 2016 HSJ Awards.

  • Salford Royal Foundation Trust

    Four trusts given power to lead hospital chains


    NHS Improvement grants four high performing trusts the power to lead groups or chains of hospitals The foundation group leaders will be able to head up buddying, partnerships and federations of hospitals or begin mergers and acquisitions The accreditation aims to give the four trusts the power ...

  • Surgery

    Wide variation found in emergency specialist surgery mortality rates


    Thirty day mortality rates for emergency bowel surgery vary between 20.7pc and 3.2pc at best and worst performing hospitals Quarter of hospitals do not admit high risk patients to critical care post-surgery in recommended timeframe Six per cent annual drop in most urgent patients reaching theatre

  • Mike Bell
    HSJ Knowledge

    Dispatches from the frontline


    HSJ was joined by some leading experts to explore their progress towards creating new models of care

  • Hinchingbrooke Health and Care Trust

    Analysis: The 10 trusts with most improved patient experience


    HSJ analysis shows the trusts where patient experience improved in the most areas of the national inpatient experience survey year on year Hinchingbrooke Health Care Trust came top of in list of most improved trusts Top two most improved trusts both in special measures HSJ ...

  • Len Fenwick

    Fenwick fears running a chain would take his 'eye off the ball'


    Sir Leonard Fenwick worried that hospital chain would mean taking his “eye of the ball” of Newcastle Upon Tyne Hospitals Foundation Trust Longest serving NHS chief executive attributes outstanding rating to “good relationship with staff” Newcastle being “brought back into the fold” to help with

  • The new northumbria hospital at cramlington

    Analysis: How Northumbria is redesigning urgent care


    Mike Waites examines how Northumbria Specialist Emergency Care Hospital is transforming emergency care provision in the North East, but not without significant teething problems

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    HSJ Local

    Innovator hospital slashes A&E admissions but ambulance delays surge


    New hospital achieves 14 per cent reduction in emergency admissions despite attendances rising Northumbria Specialist Emergency Care Hospital first of its kind in the NHS Changes to emergency care provision championed by Sir Bruce Keogh However, hospital also reports surge in ambulance handover

  • Simon Stevens

    Delayed care transfers to continue for years, Stevens warns


    NHS England chief executive tells MPs problems with care transfers unlikely to subside in the next few years Simon Stevens rejects NAO estimate that delayed transfers cost the NHS £820m Stevens: NHS takeovers of adult social care services will not work everywhere DH social care chief says there

  • Len Fenwick

    First teaching hospital rated outstanding


    Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals FT becomes first teaching hospital to be rated outstanding by the CQC Trust is second in the North East to be awarded the top rating, after Northumbria Healthcare was rated outstanding last month Newcastle is led by Sir Leonard Fenwick, the NHS’s longest serving chief

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    Daily Insight: I feel so broke, I want to go home


    HSJ’s round-up of the must read stories from Tuesday

  • Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust

    High performing trust bosses asked to 'peer review' others


    NHS Improvement has asked 30 providers to take part in governance reviews at other trusts A number of specific reviews to be commissioned in coming months Reviews will be supported by external consultants Regulators have asked chief executives and chairs at “high performing” trusts to ...

  • Jim Mackey

    Mackey only in NHS Improvement job for two years


    Jim Mackey has confirmed that he is only in his job as chief executive of NHS Improvement on a two year secondment.

  • Hexham general hospital

    'Remarkable' trust given CQC’s top rating


    Northumbria Healthcare Foundation Trust becomes fourth provider to be rated outstanding Trust rated outstanding in unprecedented 20 core services Until November it was run by Jim Mackey, now chief executive of NHS Improvement Northumbria Healthcare Foundation Trust has become the fourth in the

  • Wansbeck general hospital

    Northumbria chief: NHS leaders should 'grasp the nettle' on reconfiguration


    Chief executive of outstanding rated trust says NHS leaders should “grasp the nettle” when it comes to reconfiguration David Evans: “Continuity” of Northumbria’s leadership key to CQC rating Says Jim Mackey “hugely” contributed to the success of the trust The chief executive of Northumbria

  • Missing piece of jigsaw

    Chart: CCG leaders' contracting and integration plans


    “Accountable care systems” and “alliance contracting” are clinical commissioning leaders’ favoured contracting routes, HSJ’s barometer survey indicates.

  • Thomas hampton

    The call must go out to improve hospital switchboard services


    Our research into hospital switchboard performance suggests more staff might be needed if the NHS is to be transformed into a seven day service, write Thomas Hampton and colleagues

  • Cumbria lake windermere

    Success regime plans to 'cement' links between trusts


    North Cumbria proposals include a formal management link between trusts and Newcastle FT to run some clinical services Other ideas include: a new academic centre for rural health and care to attract clinical staff A “clinical task force” to address urgent staffing gaps and develop new care ...