A former hospital trust director has admitted a charge of fraud after lying about having a degree.
An NHS Improvement director has landed the top job at a recently merged foundation trust.
The heart surgery unit at the centre of a “dark force” governance row has been moved out of “alert” status for mortality.
Four surgeries run by a former chair of a clinical commissioning group in Kent have been closed after the Care Quality Commission took action “to protect patients”.
NHS Improvement’s former director of procurement continued to be involved in a £400,000 project led by a management consultancy, despite having accepted a job with the firm.
An increasing proportion of directors of public health have reported a negative relationship with NHS England, with particular concern over access to NHS data.
An NHS manager who left with a £200,000 redundancy package returned to work two months later as a consultant with NHS England.
Directors at a foundation trust considered selling on its bad debts from private and overseas patients for collection, board papers reveal.
Radiology failings at a teaching hospital led to eight patients coming to severe harm, with three dying, a hospital trust has admitted.
An NHSX director has left his role just four months after the new digital unit was officially launched.
The chair of one of England’s biggest teaching hospital trusts will also chair its smaller neighbour from next April.
MPs have accused three national bodies of “failing miserably” to end long-standing problems with an NHS property company and its tenants.
The prime minister has asked Matt Hancock to investigate the “removal” of two non-exec directors from the board of a specialist hospital trust.
A large mental health provider unfairly dismissed a nurse with a record of whistleblowing because it feared he was seeking to highlight care failures, a tribunal has ruled.