Breadcrumb Home Multimedia Anne Talbot: clinicians driving Clinical Dashboards This content relates to the following topics: Integrated care Productivity Share this content Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on LinkedIn Share on Email Print this page Anne Talbot, National Clinical Lead, Urgent Care Clinical Dashboard, introduces the Clinical Dashboard and examines its ability to reduce unwarranted variations in urgent care.Part of the conference: Reducing unwarranted variations in health careRelated contentSlideshowAl Mulley: reducing unwarranted variations Al Mulley gives an insight into his work around health care variations in the US at our reducing unwarranted variations conference.AudioJack Wennberg: reducing unwarranted variations Jack Wennberg gives an insight into his work on unwarranted variations in the US. SlideshowMuir Gray: introducing the NHS Atlas of Variation Sir Muir Gray, Chief Knowledge Officer, NHS introduces the NHS Atlas of Variation at our unwarranted variations conference. SlideshowAngela Coulter: getting the best value for patients Angela Coulter looks at the relationship between variations and shared decision-making at our unwarranted variations conference. SlideshowBen Bridgewater: measuring outcomes for surgery Ben Bridgewater explains how measuring and reporting outcomes for surgery can improve those outcomes. SlideshowPeter Littlejohns: generating the right kind of clinical evidence Peter Littlejohns' presentation on generating the right kind of clinical evidence for clinicians and patients. You may also be interested in Long read What are the priorities for health and social care? Ahead of the party conference season, we assess the state of health and social care and set out the big issues facing the government. Blog NHS sustainability: there aren’t always more fish in the sea The NHS needs to effectively manage its common resources more money and greater efficiency won't be enough. Blog Three challenges and a big uncertainty for the NHS in 2015 The NHS faces three major challenges in 2015: preparing for the spending review, achieving much closer integration of health and social care, and ensuring that the NHS has the leadership in place to deliver the highest possible standards of care within available resources. Video Alan Rosenbach: Commission on the Future of Health and Social Care in England What is the biggest issue facing the health and care system? According to Alan Rosenbach, Special Policy Lead, Care Quality Commission, there are too many human and financial resources locked up in the wrong part of the system.