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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: Troubled health economy and two financially troubled trusts

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Health Economy Briefing: Oxfordshire

The Oxfordshire health economy has one commissioner and two main providers. While both providers are rated good by the Care Quality Commission, the area has had a long history of troubled relationships between providers and commissioners, which it needs to resolve if it is to become an integrated care system as intended. It has recently reset controversial reconfiguration plans.

Hull And East Yorkshire Hospitals Trust

The trust finished 2017-18 with an underlying deficit of £26m and will require short term working capital support to maintain cashflow. The trust may apply to the secretary of state for permission to outsource its estates and facilities functions in 2018. New aligned incentive contract with the trust’s two main commissioners is allowing clinicians to develop new care models without fear of losing income. Development of a new integrated care system for Hull and East Riding may potentially expand to the wider Humber region.

North Tees And Hartlepool Foundation Trust

NTHFT has set a deficit target of £24m for 2018-19, including £11.2m of cost improvements. But it will also have to work with its neighbouring trusts and sustainability and transformation partners to improve pathways over the long term. It has a very high performing A&E department, but saw demand sky rocket over the 2017-18 winter period. It is carrying out pilot projects to reduce admissions, delayed transfers and stranded patients. It has a high turnover rate is aiming to reduce agency spend and improve retention.

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London Eye: What does a new health secretary mean?

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

Data

This week we have updated the following:

  • CQC rating of providers in Q1 2018-19
  • Safe staffing in Q1 2018-19

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