A mental health trust has closed its patient waiting area due to a threat from the Care Quality Commission, which its chief has said will mean people waiting longer in A&E.
One of three high security mental health hospitals in England has received an “inadequate” rating in a draft report from the Care Quality Commission, HSJ can reveal.
South Tees Hospitals Foundation Trust’s chief executive has announced her resignation in a blistering email to trust staff, saying the personal cost of being an NHS CEO is too high and “life is just too short”.
One of England’s largest providers of 999 support to the NHS has gone into administration, affecting several NHS trusts, HSJ has learned.
An ambulance trust has been temporarily barred from training new apprentices after a critical report from the education regulator.
Sir David Behan – the current chair of Health Education England – has been appointed as chairman of Britain’s largest care home provider, HC-One.
A private hospital for learning disability patients has been rated “inadequate” and placed into special measures, with the Care Quality Commission finding nine in 10 staff were “unqualified”.
NHS organisations will be given the chance to advertise and manage tenders on a new platform under government plans to create a centralised buying tool.
A mental health hospital has been placed into special measures by the Care Quality Commission after inspectors found more than 500 instances of restraint and dozens of unexplained serious incidents.
Three NHS providers successfully challenged the Care Quality Commission to improve their draft inspection rating last year.
A trust has been fined £80,000 following prosecution by the Care Quality Commission for failing to provide safe care.
NHS arm’s-length bodies, including NHS England, have been told to make sure all their communications are “aligned” to the government’s stance on Brexit.
Relations between an NHS trust board and its council of governors broke down amid a “them and us” environment, an independent review has found.
The Care Quality Commission has appointed a quality and safety leader from New Zealand to head up its inspection of mental health services.
The Care Quality Commission has increased the number of criminal prosecutions of health and social care providers by more than 32 per cent in a year.
A trust, which was at the centre of a scandal around diverting ambulances, is to exit special measures after nearly three years.
A new inpatient unit for patients with learning disabilities, which received £33m in capital funding from the prime minister last week, might not meet national standards set by the Care Quality Commission.
The Care Quality Commission is forecasting to end the current financial year with a deficit of £1.7m.
Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals Trust has agreed a revamped recovery plan with NHS Improvement amid concerns over its financial and waiting time performance.
A tribunal has backed the Care Quality Commission for a second time over its refusal to register a new “campus style” learning disability care home.