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  • Humber Bridge

    STP 'guerrilla marketing' campaign to fight public perception of cuts


    Humber, Coast and Vale STP invites expressions of interest to develop a £10,000 “social media and guerrilla marketing” campaign to promote its proposals The STP is looking for design and marketing agencies to help create the strategy One of the goals of the campaign is to “turn down the noise”

  • Heart

    New consultation on future of specialist heart surgery imminent


    NHS England to launch consultation on congenital heart disease services “soon” It has not publicly changed its controversial plans but said “no decision” will be made before consultation is completed Royal Brompton and University Hospitals of Leicester trusts remain at risk of losing their services ...

  • Crowd

    Exclusive: Six out of seven people haven't heard of STPs


    Research shared exclusively with HSJ has found very low awareness of sustainability and transformation plans among the general public.

  • Jeremy Hunt

    Hunt: Trusts face poor CQC rating for ignoring families


    Health secretary warns trusts risk a poor CQC rating if families are not involved in investigations Jeremy Hunt says avoidable deaths is a “global healthcare” problem beyond the NHS No trust will be penalised for reporting an increase in avoidable deaths Jeremy Hunt has warned hospital trusts

  • chief officer, Dudley Clinical Commissioning Group

    Public engagement is crucial for development of care


    The experience of being public about the work on the Dudley MCP and the importance of sharing know-how in the NHS

  • Jodie Sinclair
    HSJ Partners

    Early workforce engagement is paramount if STPs are to work


    We must learn the lessons of the past and involve patients, public and especially staff for collaboration to succeed

  • Keyboard

    Trusts 'downplaying security breaches'


    Data guardians and teams “scoring down incidents” to suggest security is better than it is New toolkit in development will help trusts “meet the highest possible levels of data security” ICO says it needs to address “current concerns around robustness, reliability and inconsistency” NHS Digital

  • Alan Johnson
    HSJ Local

    STP sets publication date after MPs appeal for openness


    Health leaders in the north have set a date for publishing their sustainability and transformation plan, following calls for transparency from the region’s MPs.

  • Mark lloyd new site

    STPs will struggle without 'democratic' involvement, says council chief


    Councils’ involvement in drawing up sustainability and transformation plans has varied “significantly” across the country, Local Government Association chief executive Mark Lloyd has said.

  • Jane mordue

    Fear of public engagement is holding the NHS back


    With the first of the 44 local sustainability and transformation plans set to be published this week, Jane Mordue, interim chair of Healthwatch England, looks at the importance of involving patients and the public in the big decisions ahead

  • Susan Robinson

    STP leads have 'duty to talk with the public'


    Healthwatch warns “sense of fear” among policymakers risks leaving public consultations until the “very end” of the STP process Chair warns public is at risk of “feeling betrayed” over lack of engagement Healthwatch has previously said the speed of the STP process “has been a challenge”

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    NHS Digital says it has completed steps to fix data breaches


    NHS Digital now able to “respect each individual’s wishes about whether their data can be shared” Data from confidential medical records is still being disseminated without patient’s knowledge Information Commissioner’s Office yet to formally decide if NHS Digital has met its undertakings NHS

  • Walk in centre
    HSJ Local

    CCG reveals plans to replace 'unsustainable' MIUs


    East Riding of Yorkshire CCG approves urgent care consultation Proposals include closing up to four minor injury units and replacing them with urgent care centres Community beds and a sub-acute rehabilitation centre at East Riding Community Hospital could be shut Up to four minor injury units in

  • Mike wedgeworth 3x2

    A ringside seat to a victory, not a bloodbath


    The public need to be involved and see more successful projects if they are to buy into sustainability and transformation

  • Bootham park hospital
    HSJ Local

    Shortlist for new hospital site revealed


    CCG announces three possible sites for new mental health hospital in York Possible locations include Bootham Park, Clifton Park and Haxby Road Shortlist announced as trust opens temporary ward for adult mental health patients Three sites have been shortlisted to be the location for a new mental

  • Joe Rafferty

    Are we ready for a new relationship with patients?


    A paradigm shift towards empowerment is needed in the way we involve patients in their own care by seeing things from their perspective

  • Technology jpg

    Landmark patient data probe sparks 'serious concerns'


    NHS accused of wrongly sharing hospital data of 1.2m patients Privacy group says NHS’s hospital data does not comply with anonymisation standards NHS Digital says it does comply with standards Researchers raise “serious concerns” about impact on life saving studies The UK’s data watchdog is set

  • Simon Stevens

    Stevens: Southern Health controversy 'undermined public confidence'


    Simon Stevens says at “Southern Health, patients and families have been let down and public confidence undermined” Follows Katrina Percy resigning as chief executive but retaining salary NHS England chief executive says NHS “can’t justify examples of what can come across as self-serving

  • British Army

    Bids open to provide army veteran mental health services


    Mental health providers are being offered the chance to bid to develop and provide services to support armed forces veterans.

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    CQC admits failings over patient experts contract


    CQC says it should have involved incumbent experts in contract procurement from the “outset” Detailed breakdown of costs in bid proposals should have been sought Review found CQC had “no contractual power” to get data from previous suppliers The Care Quality Commission has admitted “earlier