Review of the contingency planning team/trust special administration procedure at Mid Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust: lessons learned

Document type
Report
Corporate author(s)
Monitor (Agency : Great Britain)
Publisher
Monitor
Date of publication
3 July 2015
Subject(s)
Health Services
Corporate subject(s)
Mid Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust
Collection
Social welfare
Material type
Reports

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Mid Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust was the first organisation to go through the new regulatory enforcement procedure for NHS foundation trusts that was introduced under the Health and Social Care Act 2012. Monitor appointed a contingency planning team (CPT) to assess the trust’s clinical, financial and operational sustainability in October 2012, and on the basis of its report appointed Trust Special Administrators (TSAs) to oversee the management of the trust while implementing a long-term solution for local patients. The outcome, approved by the Secretary of State for Health, was that Mid Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust was dissolved in November 2014 and most of its services taken over by neighbouring NHS trusts.

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