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  • Get easy-to-read, detailed organisational profiles
  • Read expert insight on leading organisations' development and priorities
  • Use more than 50 data points on each organisation to support your business case
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  • Use our powerful search tool to identify your best targets
  • View your results on a map, in Excel or PDF format
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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: New care models in mental health and the attack on out of area placements

New on HSJi

Major insights into war on inappropriate OAPs

This week HSJi correspondent Joe Gammie looks at the mental health sector’s plans to reduce inappropriate out of area placements, which are being targeted for total elimination by 2020-21 by NHS England and can have a huge impact on providers’ and clinical commissioning groups’ bottom lines.

The drive could have major consequences for suppliers, including:

  • Squeezing demand for inpatient beds
  • Focusing the market on services where there is less NHS provision
  • Changing the nature of relationships between NHS providers – now acting as commissioners – and independent sector providers

The briefing includes exclusive analysis of:

  • The areas in best position to take on more commissioning budgets and become “mental health accountable care systems”
  • The leading mental health new care models and delegated commissioning pilots
  • The number of OAPs for each trust and the spend on OAPs

Latest investigation

Focus on mental health continues in Nottinghamshire

HSJi’s latest investigation turns its sights on Nottinghamshire Healthcare Foundation Trust, the second biggest mental health and community trust in England and one which is also looking to reduce its OAPs.

The trust finished 2016-17 with a surplus of £8.2m and is expecting to meet its £9.6m surplus control total for 2017-18. However, trust leaders are concerned about whether they will be able to meet high cost improvement targets and the impact of financial problems elsewhere in its patch.

HSJi correspondent Rebecca Thomas looks at these issues and also how the trust plans to increase its bed base, address a workforce shortfall and develop its accountable care plans.

Expert briefings

London Eye: Rumblings in south west London

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

North by North West: A fresh start for Liverpool

HSJ’s expert briefing on the most important issues in England’s fastest developing health economy, by Lawrence Dunhill


This week we have updated the following:

  • Emails for CCGs, regions in Q2 2017-18
  • Mortality indicator for acute trusts in Q4 2016-17
  • Delayed transfers of care for acute trusts and mental health trusts in Q1 2017-18
  • Total private income for specialist trusts in 2016-17
  • Total education and research income for specialist trusts in 2016-17
  • Health related quality of life for people with long term conditions for CCGs in 2016-17
  • Special measures/ Legal directions for CCGs in Q3 2017-18


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