Letter from Dr Neil Churchill to Chief Executives of all trusts in England; accountable officers of all CCGs and GP professional bodies around the revised FFT guidance.
This guidance is intended to support all provider organisations that are required through their NHS Standard Contracts1 (including independent sector providers, primary medical and primary dentistry contracts) to deliver the FFT. We hope commissioners will find it useful too. It
The Kark review, commissioned by former Minister of State for Health Stephen Barclay in July 2018, sought to establish why the fit and proper person test (FPPT) for directors was not being applied effectively. It was conducted by Tom Kark
The review was led by Tom Kark QC. It sets out 7 recommendations, including: All directors (executive, non-executive and interim) should meet specified standards of competence to sit on the board of any health providing organisation. Where necessary, training should be available.
Date of report: 24 May 2019 Ref: 2019-0186 Deceased name: Noah Lomax Coroners name: Angharad Davies Coroners Area: South Yorkshire (West) Category: Child Death (from 2015); Hospital Death (Clinical Procedures and medical management) related deaths This report is being sent
Date of report: 13 June 2019 Deceased name: Sebastian Clark Coroners name: Sean Cummings Coroners Area: London (West) Category: Hospital Death (Clinical Procedures and medical management) related deaths; Child Death (from 2015) This report is being sent to: Royal College
Date of report: 22 May 2019 Deceased name: Jonathan McCarthy Coroners name: Roger Hatch Coroners Area: North West Kent Category: Hospital Death (Clinical Procedures and medical management) related deaths This report is being sent to: Maidstone & Tonbridge Wells NHS
This case study shows how the key ambition of the trust is to increase the BME representation at leadership and senior management levels at bands 8a – 9 and very senior managers (VSM).
This case study give information on the key ambitions of the trust to improve the systemic recording and tracking of staff who apply, are successful and complete continuous professional development (CPD) training.
This case study shows the trust’s ambition of reducing the disproportionate rate of BME staff entering the formal employee relations process compared to their white peers, with no case to answer.
This case study shows the trust’s ambition to continuously close the gap in experiences between BME and white staff on discrimination at work from a manager / team leader or other colleagues.
This case study gives information on the region wide aim of reducing the disproportionate rate of BME staff entering the formal employee relations process compared to their white peers in London NHS trusts.
New analysis has found that more than 100,000 hospital admissions for children under the age of ten in England due to tooth decay over a three year period. This statement calls on the new government to stand by previous commitments
This document is the first cohort of new ratings on delegated CCGs, highlighting where internal audits are finding CCGs are performing delegated primary medical care commissioning really well, but also helping to identify where improvements can be made.
This report aims to shine a light on the issue of casual ageism and the impact that it has on all of us. It highlights how ageism can have real life consequences, promotes exclusion and can affect physical and mental
The report briefly defines genome sequencing and how, by improving our understanding of genetic activity, we can determine how best to use genetics in screening. This report explores how genomic technologies can help us to improve screening programmes, and opportunities
Guidance for NHS trusts on the application of the NHS Injury Cost Recovery (ICR) scheme for 2018 to 2019. This document is for NHS trusts and NHS foundation trusts who provide treatment for injuries where costs are recoverable under the
This guidance document provides information on the additional roles reimbursement scheme, including the process by which Primary Care Networks (PCNs) can claim reimbursement for additional staff.
London Councils research finding adult social care services in London have delivered almost half a billion pounds of efficiencies since 2015 and saved the NHS around £4.6 million a year through avoiding unnecessary hospital stays. The report also warns that
A central part of the CCG assessment process is the CCG 360 Stakeholder Survey, case studies of good practice are presented in this report. A key aim of the survey is to enable NHS England to assess whether CCGs are