Breadcrumb Home Multimedia Derek Feeley: Scotland – why quality is the best response to the financial challenge This content relates to the following topics: NHS finances Quality improvement Share this content Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on LinkedIn Share on Email Print this page Article information Posted:Wednesday 28 November 2012 Derek Feeley, Chief Executive at NHS Scotland, gives an overview of health care in Scotland, including the economic, demographic and population health challenges.From the The King's Fund Annual Conference 2012.Related contentVideoJeremy Hunt: making quality of care as important as quality of treatment In his keynote speech at our 2012 annual conference, Secretary of State for Health Jeremy Hunt called for quality of care to be as important as quality of treatment. VideoChris Trimble: why adopting a reverse innovation approach will transform health care Chris Trimble, Adjunct Professor at Tuck School of Business, Dartmouth College, US, looks at how reverse innovations (innovations adopted in the developing world first) can be used to meet the NHS innovation challenge.VideoAra Darzi: personalised medicine – the way of the future? Rt Hon Professor Lord Ara Darzi discusses the benefits of using personalised medicine for patients, in particular for the diagnosis of cancer.SlideshowMike Richards: improving outcomes in the NHS Professor Sir Mike Richards CBE, Director for Preventing Early Deaths at the NHS Commissioning Board, looks back at the NHS in the 1990s to see how much progress has been made in improving health outcomes since then. Comments 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 NICE at 20: a cause for celebration Nicholas Timmins celebrates the twentieth anniversary of the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence and considers the challenges ahead. Blog Achieving a balance between quality, access and money Focusing on just one of these priorities can seem more straightforward, but that is not the reality of life for NHS leaders and is not the right approach, says Matthew Kershaw. Press release The King’s Fund response to the National Audit Office report on sustainability and transformation in the NHS Chris Ham comments on the National Audit Office report on sustainability and transformation in the NHS. Article The Fourth Whitehall Lecture: What needs to be done to secure the future of the NHS? Lecture given by Chris Ham to the Cambridge Whitehall Group on 9 December 2015 Lecture given by Chris Ham to the Cambridge Whitehall Group on 9 December 2015.