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14 Jan 2022

Trusts will redouble efforts to encourage NHS staff vaccination to avoid job losses and risks to patient safety

Saffron Cordery responds to the publication of phase two guidance by the NHS on vaccination as a condition of deployment for healthcare workers.

Blog
14 Jan 2022

Getting to grips with the funding and accounting challenges facing digital investment

Catherine Mitchell, head of costing and value at HFMA, discusses the key funding and accounting issues facing digital investments that boards must consider.

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News
13 Jan 2022

Trusts clear decisions over self-isolation periods should be led by the science

Saffron Cordery responds to an announcement by the health and social care secretary today that self-isolation periods will be reduced from seven days to five.

News
13 Jan 2022

Trust leaders will welcome extension of free PPE for frontline

Saffron Cordery comments on the announcement that free personal protective equipment (PPE) for frontline health and care staff has been extended for another year.

Briefing
13 Jan 2022

NHS Winter Watch 2021/22 - week 6

We analyse the latest weekly sitrep data from NHS England NHS Improvement and hear from Care Quality Commission on the postponing of inspections over the winter period to support services.

Blog
12 Jan 2022

Sustaining high quality care in a time of transition: is risk management getting enough attention?

Catherine Harrison discusses sustaining high quality care in a time of transition as integrated care systems are established and examines whether risk management is getting enough attention.

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