Seventeen trusts that have not agreed control totals with NHS Improvement are predicting a combined deficit of more than £400m for 2016-17.
NHS Improvement and NHS England issued an estimated provider deficit position on Thursday morning of £580m for 2016-17, once £1.8bn of sustainability and transformation fund is included in trusts’ bottom lines.
To get STF money trusts must sign up to a control total year-end figure with the regulator, but 23 organisations have not yet agreed this.
Of the £1.8bn STF fund, £166m has been allocated to trusts that have not accepted their totals, and another £106m has not been delegated.
However, of the 23 trusts that have not accepted a control total, 17 are predicting a combined deficit of £409.6m (see box below).
This leaves an extra £130m unaccounted for in the prediction for the year.
Predicted 2016-17 deficits at trusts that have not accepted control totals
- Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Mental Health Trust – £12.6m
- Croydon Health Services Trust – £39.8m
- Imperial College Healthcare Trust – £52m
- Cambridge University Hospitals Foundation Trust – £68.9m
- East Midlands Ambulance Service Trust – £11.7m
- Norfolk And Norwich University Hospitals Foundation Trust – £31.1m
- Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent Partnership Trust – £6.2m
- Wye Valley Trust – £28.5m
- 5 Boroughs Partnership Foundation Trust – £2.5m
- Alder Hey Children’s Foundation Trust – £6.3m
- University Hospital Of South Manchester Foundation Trust – £16.9m
- Dorset County Hospital Foundation Trust – £9.2m
- Dorset Healthcare University Foundation Trust – £5m
- Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells Trust – £22.9m
- North Bristol Trust – £48m
- Plymouth Hospitals Trust – £35.6m
- Poole Hospital Foundation Trust – £12.4m
The Strengthening Financial Performance and Accountability in 2016-17 document puts the overall trust surplus once accepted STF money is included at £929.6m.
When £272m of unallocated or rejected STF money is taken out, alongside £77m in foundation trust adjustments, which have slightly different accounting reporting rules, the total provider position is £579.8m.
The FT adjustments position includes £12.9m in sold assets.
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- East Midlands Ambulance Service NHS Trust
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- North West Boroughs Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
- POOLE HOSPITAL NHS FOUNDATION TRUST
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- Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent Partnership NHS Trust
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