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Mergers of trusts in the NHS are often instigated by national bodies so that NHS trusts can gain foundation trust status or failing providers can be rescued from financial difficulties. This report looks at 20 mergers between 2010 and mid-2015 and finds that significant sums of money are being spent on such mergers (£2 billion on just 12 mergers over this period), often based on faulty argumentation and a lack of evidence that mergers offer lasting solutions. It concludes that the Department of Health, Monitor and the Trust Development Authority should support service improvement and transformation where possible, rather than instigate merger. If a merger is contemplated, there needs to be a more realistic assessment of the costs and benefits.
NHS public health functions arrangement: National Pandemic Flu Service - telephony management services
This document sets out the arrangements under which the Secretary of State for Health delegates to NHS England responsibility for providing a telephony routing service for the National Pandemic Flu Service, which will direct calls from the public to the call centre providers. The arrangements don’t relate to the provision of the call centres themselves.
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