Breadcrumb Home Multimedia Candace Imison: Referral management lessons for success This content relates to the following topics: General practice NHS finances Share this content Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on LinkedIn Share on Email Print this page Candace Imison explains the key findings from Referral management: lessons for success, and the approaches that are being taken to control the volume and quality of referrals.Referral management: lessons for success from The King's FundGo to the Quality in a Cold Climate home.Related contentBlogIs a new system needed for GP referral? Getting under the skin of GP referrals is notoriously tricky, but they are important to everyone. Chris Naylor examines the current issues with the system.ReportReferral management: Lessons for successOur report provides practical advice to those seeking to influence GP referrals. It draws on the current literature and new qualitative and quantitative research.Completed projectQuality in a Cold Climate The NHS is facing the biggest financial challenge in its history. Our Quality in a Cold Climate project aimed to support the NHS in delivering productivity improvements required to meet this challenge. Comments interesting Reply Link to comment Add your comment Your name Email (your email will not be made public) Your job/role Organisation Comment Post comment You may also be interested in Blog Is investment in GP services increasing? Is the promised extra funding for general practice reaching frontline services? Beccy Baird explains how the lack of national data makes this a hard question to answer. Case study 3: Canada’s Primary Health Care Transition Fund Case study of Canada’s Primary Health Care Transition Fund to support the case for a Transformation Fund for the NHS in England. Slideshow Rachael Addicott: Making the case for family care networks Dr Rachael Addicott explains what ‘family care networks’ are and how they can provide forms of care well beyond what is currently available in general practices. Blog Making general practice fit for the future Federations and networks of GP practices are working to deliver extended services and raise standards of care. These innovations are valuable, but much more is needed to ensure general practice really is fit for the future, says Chris Ham.