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  1. News Article
    ‘Very heavy-handed, laborious and expensive’ inspections ‘have not been the right way’ of regulating hospitals, according to the Care Quality Commission’s (CQC) former chair. Speaking at a Royal Society of Medicine event on Wednesday, Lord David Prior, who is now the chair of NHS England, said “very few” physicians will have improved their work after reading a report from the regulator. He added that there is a role for the CQC to move in when “things are going wrong” although he is “sceptical” the regulator can actually drive improvement in hospitals. Lord Prior said: “I am hig
  2. News Article
    A new nursing digital documentation service is expected to roll out across Wales. Nurses will soon be able to use a mobile tablet to help perform their assessments in adult inpatient settings with the hope the new system will be more time efficient and improve accuracy. The project, led by NHS Wales and funded by the Welsh Government, will see nurses replacing paper documentation with digital ones. As part of the new digital implementation, a clinical nursing informatics lead is now employed in each health board. Hospitals in Hywel Dda University Health Board, followed by Swa
  3. News Article
    A bid for more control over the NHS by ministers risks undermining patient safety and sowing confusion over who is ultimately responsible for services, MPs have been warned. The Commons Health Select Committee was told the proposals, set out in a new white paper published last month, lacked detail on the involvement of patients in local services and needed urgent clarification of the new powers the health secretary will have. The plans will give ministers new powers over the independent Healthcare Safety Investigation Branch (HSIB), including being able to tell it what to investigate
  4. News Article
    An NHS hospital where a woman bled to death in childbirth has been given an "urgent" deadline to keep patients at its maternity unit safe. A letter seen by the BBC reveals the Care Quality Commission (CQC) found unsafe staffing levels at the unit at Basildon Hospital throughout August. The CQC said the trust that runs it had until next Monday to implement appropriate measures. The trust said it had a "robust improvement plan in place". The seven-page document, sent by the CQC on 7 October, puts the Mid and South Essex NHS Foundation Trust on notice that it has to "implement an e
  5. Content Article
    This White Paper: describes the framework's two foundational domains, culture and the learning system, outlining what is involved with each and how they interact provides definitions and implementation strategies for nine interrelated components (leadership, psychological safety, accountability, teamwork and communication, negotiation, transparency, reliability, improvement and measurement and continuous learning) discusses engagement of patients and their families, the core of the framework, the engine that drives the focus of the work to create safe, reliable, and effective
  6. News Article
    A hospital trust at the centre of Britain’s largest ever maternity scandal has widespread failings across departments and is getting worse, the care regulator has warned as it calls for NHS bosses to take urgent action. Ted Baker, chief inspector of hospitals, urged NHS England to intervene over the “worsening picture” at Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital Trust, which is already facing a criminal investigation. There are as many as 1,500 cases being examined after mothers and babies died and were left with serious disabilities due to poor care going back decades in the trust’s maternit
  7. News Article
    Too many English hospitals risk repeating maternity scandals involving avoidable baby deaths and brain injury because staff are too frightened to raise concerns, the chief inspector of hospitals has warned. Speaking at the opening session of an inquiry into the safety of maternity units by the health select committee, Prof Ted Baker, chief inspector of hospitals for the Care Quality Commission, said: “There are too many cases when tragedy strikes because services are not not doing their job well enough.” Baker admitted that 38% of such services were deemed to require improvement for
  8. News Article
    In a report published today, AvMA, the charity Action Against Medical Accidents, reveals serious delays in NHS trusts implementing patient safety alerts, which are one of the main ways in which the NHS seeks to prevent known patient safety risks harming or killing patients. The report, authored by Dr David Cousins, former head of safe medication practice at the National Patient Safety Agency, NHS England and NHS Improvement, identifies serious problems with the system of issuing patient safety alerts and monitoring compliance with them. Compliance with alerts issued under the now abolishe
  9. News Article
    A Tory peer has attacked the Department of Health and Social Care’s ‘woeful’ response to the patient safety review she authored and has revealed she intends to create a cross-party group to force action. Baroness Julia Cumberlege - who led the “First Do No Harm” report on device and medicine safety– has said she has “not had a whisper” from the department over the report’s key recommendations since it was published in July. She told HSJ’s Patient Safety Congress she is setting up a cross-party parliamentary group to “pressure” the department to adopt the report’s recommendations.
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