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The NHS Confederation has questioned the legitimacy of next month’s planned NHS strike after it emerged that just 16 per cent of Unison members took part in the vote.
WORKFORCE: A financially troubled trust in the West Midlands has failed to recruit a new chief executive after failing to find candidates with suitable experience.
Health Education England plans to spend almost £5m to attract thousands of nurses back into the NHS, HSJ can reveal.
Almost one in 10 trust boards does not have a permanent finance director amid one of the biggest ever NHS funding squeezes, HSJ analysis has revealed.
Frimley Park Foundation Trust’s takeover of Heatherwood and Wexham Park signed off by Monitor, plus the rest of today’s news and comment.
The first successful takeover one foundation trust by another has received final approval, it has been announced.
This week’s issue of HSJ magazine is now available to read on our tablet app.
EXCLUSIVE: A Labour government would ‘not mandate’ organisational change to drive through its plans for a fully integrated national health and care service, Andy Burnham has told HSJ
Monitor has concluded its first and only investigation into an allegation of anticompetitive behaviour by a clinical commissioning group
A Labour government could put Monitor in charge of overseeing the financial sustainability of whole health economies and driving integration between different organisations, Andy Burnham has told HSJ.
A psychologist wept as she told an employment tribunal she thought about suicide because of bullying she allegedly suffered working at the West London Mental Health Trust
London lacks a ‘collective vision’ for improving mental health services, according to a new report by the King’s Fund which identifies systemic barriers to improving services in the capital.
HSJ can reveal the 12 area teams that will be created as part of NHS England’s upcoming major restructure.
HSJ can reveal the 12 area teams that will be created as part of NHS England’s upcoming major restructure, plus the rest of today’s news and comment
The Department of Health has begun brokering talks between NHS England and the Care Quality Commission in a bid to close the “gap” in the care complaints regime revealed by an HSJ investigation.
The NHS faces a funding challenge, but pumping more money into system cannot improve quality argues Richard Taunt, plus the rest of today’s news and comment
New laws should be introduced in the next parliament to give health and wellbeing boards extra powers including the ability to independently hold budgets, Norman Lamb has told HSJ.
Clinical commissioning groups could be asked to co-commission “the bulk” of NHS England’s £14bn specialised services budget, the head of its specialised commissioning taskforce has said.
Shadow health secretary gives further detail on whole person care approach, plus the rest of the day’s news and comment
Live updates from the shadow health secretary’s speech, plus the rest of the day’s news and comment