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Using a mixture of proprietary intelligence, HSJ Intelligence brings you the top strategic issues facing specific providers and health systems.

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Latest investigations

Herefordshire and Worcestershire ICS

Herefordshire and Worcestershire integrated care system is a small system covering a population of 800,000, a quarter of which live in Herefordshire. Collaborative working will be key to the future of the system which has historically suffered from serious financial and performance problems. The ICS faces a deficit in 2022-23 and requires multiyear action to achieve financial balance. System providers have secured major capital investment to improve urgent care and plan to expand elective capacity to meet sharply growing demand.

Northern Lincolnshire And Goole Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

The Northern Lincolnshire And Goole Foundation Trust is a member of the sprawling Humber and North Yorkshire Health and Care Partnership Integrated Care System. The provider’s key priority is to invest in workforce amid poor staff survey results. It has ambitious plans to improve its emergency and elective care and is working on improving resilience of fragile specialties. The trust is awaiting the outcome of a bid for more than £6m to the NHS England Targeted Investment Fund for Elective Recovery.

University Hospitals Bristol and Weston Foundation Trust

University Hospitals Bristol and Weston Foundation Trust was formed via a merger two years ago. It is a member of Bristol, North Somerset, and South Gloucestershire ICS. In April 2022, the trust published a new strategy for Weston which it plans to implement over the next 18 months. The main aim of the strategy is to have Weston focus on planned surgery. UHBW chiefs are keen to make improvements to the ED at Weston Hospital with its main priority being the expansion of the ED’s same day emergency care provision.

Data

Last week the following data was updated:

  • Board papers of Acute, Sp, Com, MH, Amb, all till latest
  • Mortality indicator of Acute in Q3 2021-22
  • NHS Improvement oversight ratings of Acute, Sp, Com, MH, Amb in Q1 2022-23
  • Leadership of ICS in April
  • GPs per 100,000 population, GP nurses per 100,000 population of ICSs in Q4 2021-22

 

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HSJI Experts

With unrivalled access to senior figures, NHS data sources and rigorous primary research, HSJ experts have a unique insight on the NHS, and deep understanding of the strategic issues facing NHS organisations and leadership teams. HSJi offers exclusive, predictive analysis explaining key trends and the specific NHS organisations that are likely to be affected.

Alastair McLellan

Alastair McLellan

Editor

Nicholas Carding

Nicholas Carding

Senior correspondent

Ben Clover

Ben Clover

Bureau chief

Annabelle Collins

Annabelle Collins

Senior correspondent

Matt Discombe

Matt Discombe

Correspondent

Lawrence Dunhill

Lawrence Dunhill

Bureau chief

Oliver Hudson

Oliver Hudson

Analyst

Nick Kituno

Nick Kituno

Correspondent

James Illman

James Illman

Bureau chief

Alison Moore

Alison Moore

Correspondent

Jack Serle

Jack Serle

Senior insights correspondent

Dave West

Dave West

Deputy editor

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