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HSJ’s round up of Friday’s key stories
NHS providers have reported a deficit of £822m for 2014-15, with foundation trusts ending the year in the red for first time ever.
The NHS provider sector has reported a deficit of £822m for 2014-15.
A pledge by the home secretary to invest £15m in new health based places of safety to detain people experiencing mental health crisis will be funded from existing budgets, HSJ can reveal.
National officials have identified a stalling of improvement in the prevention of premature deaths by the English health service, with one potential cause being the NHS’s “economic challenges”.
Just a quarter of the Care Quality Commission’s inspection reports have been published on time, new figures show.
Foundation trusts under “sustained and exceptional pressure”, says Monitor, plus the rest of the day’s news and comment
Just a quarter of the Care Quality Commission’s inspection reports have been published on time, figures show, plus the rest of the day’s news and comment
The largest trust in the country has been rated inadequate by the Care Quality Commission, and has appointed an interim chief executive.
PERFORMANCE: The largest trust in the country has been rated inadequate by the Care Quality Commission, and has appointed an interim chief executive.
PERFORMANCE: Bedfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group’s deficit spiralled to £43.2m by the end of 2014-15, the largest recorded of any CCG.
HSJ’s roundup of Thursday’s key stories
HSJ’s round up of Thursday’s key stories
NHS England has instructed all clinical commissioning groups they must go to the market to procure a number of support services rather than bring them in house.
NHS England is set to publish new guidance, described by charities as ‘life saving’, on access to licensed drugs for patients with rare conditions and in ‘critical need’, HSJ has learned.
There has been a ‘boom’ in large scale GP provider organisations being set up in recent months.
NHS Cambridgeshire and Peterborough CCG
Jeremy Hunt has praised the benefits of peer review to improve NHS standards, saying it is a better method than top-down targets.
NHS England has expanded the scope of its ‘vanguard’ project to trial new care models, to encompass the viability of the entire acute sector.
Congratulations to all the organisations that made the shortlist for the 2015 HSJ Value in Healthcare Awards.