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  • Workforce

    Trusts may face financial penalties for over-recruiting staff


    Sixty-three provider trusts identified for excess pay bill growth since 2014 and face potential cuts of £356m This has been calculated by halving the excess growth above the level of inflation since 2015-16 One chief executive says NHS Improvement’s figures ignored the historical baseline of poor

  • A&E

    Third of providers will still miss A&E target in March 2017


    Third of trusts not predicting hitting A E target by the end of 2016-17 NHS Improvement and NHS England to replace fines for access performance with conditional access to bailout funding. 12.5 per cent of monthly bailout dependent on hitting A E trajectory, 12.5 per cent on ...

  • Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

    Mapped: The trusts and CCGs in new special measures regime


    NHS Improvement and NHS England have launched a new financial special measures regime for trusts and clinical commissioning groups which are not meeting their performance commitments.

  • Barts

    Fourteen trusts and CCGs put in 'financial special measures'


    Five trusts and nine CCGs in new “financial special measures” regime Trust regime could involve organisations losing control over spending decisions, leaders being removed and the DH exchanging “surplus assets for cash” CCGs could be disbanded, made to share a joint management team or turned into

  • Simon Stevens

    HSJ Live 19.07.16: Stevens pleas on infrastructure fund and workforce


    Simon Stevens has called on the government to create a “substantial NHS 70th Birthday Public Fund for Infrastructure”, ahead of is appearance at the Commons health committee this afternoon

  • Jim Mackey

    Exclusive: Mackey tells trusts to curb clinical staff growth


    Some trusts could have fewer clinical staff after regulators’ intervention Jim Mackey says trusts that exceed 1:8 nurse to patient ratio will be told “we can’t afford that” Trusts that fail to improve their finances may have to merge or be taken over, HSJ understands Interventions taken by

  • Emergency bed

    Mackey: A&E failure is 'normalised' at some trusts


    Jim Mackey concerned about 25-30 trusts where A E performance is “stuck” NHS Improvement chief warns breaching the four hour target has become ‘normalised’ at some providers Regulator working to identify A Es most at risk of closure due to lack of staff The emergency care performance of

  • Dave West

    Reality bites as the NHS meets its 'reset moment'


    The tremors caused by the Brexit vote will be overshadowed by this week’s ‘reset moment’  - so what will it entail?

  • Chris Hopson

    Give providers what they want – for the sake of finances


    Providers need four things from us if they are to win their financial battle

  • Simon Stevens

    Stevens: Government must deliver on Brexit funding promises


    Simon Stevens says public will want “new political leaders” to deliver on promise to increase NHS funding NHS England chief executive says health service will ”continue to need and benefit” from the service of migrants Mr Stevens will set out NHS “asks” for the government’s Brexit negotiations

  • Houses of Parliament

    Government planning major intervention in NHS finances


    Stevens says there will be an announcement in July on a “re set” of NHS funding Final, compulsory, control totals will also be published next month NHS England chief executive warns it would not be prudent to assume any extra NHS funding in the “next several years” The government is planning a