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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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Catch up with key workforce issues in HSJi Review

In our latest eagle's eye view of HSJi coverage, Jack Serle turns his attention to how we are covering workforce issues.

He highlights our workforce expert Annabelle Collins' national briefing on “creating a sustainable NHS workforce”. She chronicles how difficult a position the NHS and its almost 1.4 million employees are in, with stress and burnout from the pandemic hammering staff up and down the country. Pressure from the elective recovery effort, and high emergency and acute admissions is compounding this, she writes.

Jack also looks at our investigation on Dartford and Gravesham Trust in the South East. It sees the recovery from covid “as much about staff wellbeing as elective performance,” our expert Alison Moore writes. "The trust will continue to invest in additional wellbeing services, including psychological support, for its staff," she says.

Jack also looks at our deep dive on University Hospitals Sussex Foundation Trust, which "also knows recruiting and retaining the right staff is crucial to meeting future demands as well as improving the quality of its services". It hopes overseas recruitment and working with local education institutions will help it bring in more staff while its hospital sites will focus on improving working conditions to improve retention, he says.

Read the full HSJi Review here.

Latest investigations

South Tees Hospitals Foundation Trust

The trust is expected to exceed national targets for elective recovery. The Tees Valley area does not have a large private healthcare sector, so the trust cannot send a great deal of its elective activity to independent providers. However South Tees FT is outsourcing some kidney dialysis to private providers. It is set to integrate governance with the neighbouring North Tees and Hartlepool FT. However, improving on CQC rating is a key barrier to further integration with North Tees and a new leadership structure is seen as vital to improving CQC rating. It has submitted an expression of interest to the government’s Health Infrastructure Plan for a £350m investment to build two new regional centres at James Cook University Hospital. The trust is also investing in digital as clinicians are still using paper records.

Royal Surrey County Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

The trust is part of Surrey Heartlands integrated care system which was projecting a £143m deficit for 2022-23. It is struggling to meet elective care activity targets which will have an impact on its income. High pressure on beds from accident and emergency admissions and issues with discharge could limit its elective work. The trust’s staffing issues in audiology mean it is contributing 20 per cent of long waiters.

United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust

The trust has been lifted out of “special measures” after five years. Serious workforce issues are a major challenge to recovery. Smaller investments in theatre capacity and robotics are expected to bear fruit in the coming months. Emergency, stroke and orthopaedic services are likely to see major reconfigurations in the coming years. The trust has a mixed track record of delivering digital solutions. Funding has been approved for a new ePMA system, with plans to implement an EPR system are on the horizon. The trust wants to invest in digital records solutions.

Data

Last week the following data points were updated:

E-COLI HOSPITAL-ONSET CASES (12-MONTH ENGLAND AVERAGE, 12-MONTH REGIONAL AVERAGE, 12-MONTH ROLLING COUNT) of Acute in March 2022

Online/video GP consultations, Year-plus waiters of ICS in Q1 2022-23

Workforce, Link to Quality Accounts, Post-tax Profit, Turnover, Annual Report of Private providers

Leadership of ICS in May 2022

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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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