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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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Weekly roundup: Two investigations and a health economy briefing

Latest investigations

Humber Foundation Trust

Over the next year, tackling workforce shortages across different staff cohorts will be the trust’s priority. The trust needs to recruit consultant psychiatrists internationally to avoid high agency costs. It needs to work closely within the STP while maintaining its stronger financial position. The trust must prioritise finalising plans for the redevelopment of Whitby Community Hospital and the new CAMHS unit in East Riding. The trust is working hard on reducing the number of patients waiting 52 weeks or more for assessment and diagnosis in its child and adolescent mental health services.

West London Trust

West London Trust’s top priority for 2019 is to set itself up as a community provider and not just a specialist mental health trust. A key priority for the first half of 2019 will be a smooth takeover of most community-based services in the London borough of Ealing. The trust is more than a year into a five-year estate strategy to reduce the number of properties in its portfolio, concentrating services in fewer but more up-to-date and better placed sites. The trust continues its multimillion-pound efforts to upgrade the Victorian elements of its estate. The trust has struggled to recruit and retain staff for several years. 

Health economy briefing: Bedfordshire, Luton and Milton Keynes integrated care systems

Bedfordshire, Luton and Milton Keynes integrated care system was set up in August 2018. Since then progress has been slow with a focus on governance and finance arrangements rather than service reorganisation. 

Expert briefings

Performance Watch: Tin hats and stats

Our fortnightly newsletter on the most pressing performance matters troubling system leaders

Mental Health Matters: Curbing the market

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

North by North West: Not a good look

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


This week we have updated the following:

  • HSJi overviews of providers in Q4 2018-19


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