Blog tagged as: Service redesign

25th November 2014 | Comments: 2
Our research highlights major gaps in the evidence for the reconfiguration of clinical services.
13th November 2014 | Comments: 7
While many policy-makers focus on organisational structures, it is clear that successful implementation of the NHS five year forward view will hinge on getting the staffing right.
14th August 2014 | Comments: 1
‘We need clinical commissioning groups to become accountable care organisations’ – that’s what Jeremy Hunt said recently in parliament. But what does this really mean and will it work in practice? Rachael Addicott gives her analysis.
1st April 2014 | Comments: 2
Simon Stevens takes up his post as Chief Executive of NHS England today, with an inbox that will be full to overflowing. But what are the three issues that demand his immediate attention?
26th March 2014 | Comments: 4
How do other countries respond to the challenges of funding health and care for an ageing population? Sarah Gregory takes a closer look in her latest blog.
20th March 2014 | Comments: 1
Rachael Addicott looks at what we can learn from the Southcentral Foundation's system-wide transformation of care in Alaska.
23rd January 2014 | Comments: 2
The success of the £3.8 billion Better Care Fund – designed to promote integrated care and help shift care closer to home – depends on a different kind of chemistry between local NHS organisations and their local authority partners.
14th January 2014 | Comments: 12
Chris Ham reflects on his recent visit to the Royal Free Hospital in London to discuss the role of acute hospitals in developing integrated care.
13th January 2014 | Comments: 2
In her new data blog, Yang Tian draws on previously unpublished results from the most recent British Social Attitudes survey to see what the public think about who should pay for social care services.
19th December 2013 | Comments: 1
Nicola Walsh reflects on the first World Innovation Summit for Health which explored new and innovative ways to tackle a variety of global health care challenges.
28th October 2013 | Comments: 1
Amid the furore of the Competition Commission’s decision to refuse the merger of Bournemouth and Poole, some significant changes to the current failure regime have been approved in amendments to the Care Bill.
23rd October 2013
Some may argue that deep thinking about the future isn’t really necessary, but how could this foresight benefit the health and social care system?
18th October 2013 | Comments: 6
What are the repercussions of the Competition Commission's rejection of the proposed merger in Bournemouth and Poole?
26th June 2013 | Comments: 1
The financial and service challenges facing the NHS in London will not be met by the new NHS organisations established in April. This is the stark conclusion of our updated analysis of health care in London.
18th June 2013 | Comments: 10
Chris Ham introduces our Commission on the future of health and social care in England, explaining that the divison between the NHS and social care established in 1948 is no longer fit for purpose.
13th June 2013 | Comments: 2
With the same pressures in finance, medical advances and ageing populations, Nick Timmins questions why we're not making the most of learning from having one National Health Service but four different versions of it.
3rd June 2013 | Comments: 11
How do US organisations provide high-quality person-centred care? And what lessons can be drawn for the NHS, local authorities and the third sector?
16th April 2013
The protracted process around the proposed closure of the children’s heart surgery unit at Leeds is the latest example of the difficulties associated with delivering change in the NHS. Is there a way through this?
1st April 2013 | Comments: 2
The NHS reforms in England will have major implications for all involved in the system, none more so than providers.
20th March 2013 | Comments: 3
As implementation of the government’s controversial health reforms draws near, Richard Humphries looks at how health and wellbeing boards are shaping up.

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