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STPs: Delivering the Five Year Forward View

All NHS organisations are required to form geographic groups in which to develop joint sustainability and transformation plans. This briefing covers why suppliers should be interested; details of STP footprints and leaders; timetable; expected top priorities; the main challenges and weak points.

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New on HSJi: Opportunities as Oxford trust seeks to balance books

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Health economy briefing: Stroke services in Kent and Medway 

This health economy briefing looks in detail at work to reconfigure stroke services in Kent and Medway, and how this fits into redesign of wider emergency care in this complex health economy. It covers:

  • The current landscape and its problems
  • Key considerations in the future configuration
  • Where acute and hyper acute units are likely to be
  • Prospects for implementation
  • Medium/longer term plans for local thrombectomy

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Latest investigations

Oxford Health Foundation Trust 

Our correspondent Sharon Brennan says that balancing finances is one of the biggest challenges the trust faces in the years ahead, and that cost improvement programme savings are proving very hard to meet. 

She identifies opportunities to support the trust to find further efficiency savings, as well as openings to offer advice on tax, regulation and legal structures following the launch of a community and primary care joint venture company next April.

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Southern Health Foundation Trust

Southern Health is one of England’s largest mental health and community services providers. The trust looks after patients in Hampshire and parts of Oxfordshire, and employs almost 6,000 staff. In 2016-17 the trust had a turnover of £320m. 

In his new investigation, Nicholas Carding says that the organisation is struggling with recruitment and retention of staff, particularly in older people’s mental health services. 

Southern Health is considering whether to stop providing its community services and managers are awaiting redesign of care model from commissioners. 

His key message here is that the trust wants to continue work with local GPs to create extended primary care hubs.

Read about these issues and how the trust is addressing longstanding concerns about quality and safety here.

Expert briefings

Performance Watch: How well has the NHS prepared for winter?

Our new fortnightly newsletter will delve into the most pressing performance matters troubling system leaders and provide unrivalled insight into what they plan to do about them.

London Eye: Getting on with the day job

Essential insight into England’s biggest health economy, by Ben Clover

North by North West: Merger trusts hope for McKinsey level savings

Essential insight into NHS matters in the North West of England, with a particular focus on the devolution project in Greater Manchester. By Lawrence Dunhill

Mental Health Matters: Ministers pledge an extra £300m for CAMHS

This is HSJ’s fortnightly briefing covering quality, performance and finances in the mental health sector.

Data

This week we have updated the following:

  • Forecast surplus / deficit for full current financial year for CCGs, providers in Q2 2017-18
  • Number of beds for providers in Q2 2017-18
  • Beds occupied by providers in Q2 2017-18
  • Annual cost improvement plan % of acute sector in 2017-18
  • Annual cost improvement plan £ of acute sector in 2017-18

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