Breadcrumb Home Multimedia Jim Easton on improving NHS productivity This content relates to the following topics: Productivity NHS finances Share this content Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on LinkedIn Share on Email Print this page Jim Easton, Director for Improvement and Efficiency, Department of Health, outlines the QIPP 'gameplan' and how the health agenda has been working so far.This was from our 2011 conference: Improving NHS productivity: making it happen.Related contentSlideshowJohn Appleby: why improve productivity and by how much? John Appleby, Chief Economist at The King's Fund, looks at why we need to improve NHS productivity and by how much at our Improving NHS productivity conference.AudioLord Howe on improving NHS productivity Lord Howe, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Quality, Department of Health, outlines the productivity challenges facing the NHS.ReportImproving NHS productivity: More with the same not more of the sameBuilding on a previous analysis produced in association with the Institute for Fiscal Studies, this paper examines the gap between the likely available funding and the level of funding required to achieve the progress projected by Sir Derek Wanless in his 2002 report for the Treasury. 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 Article State of health and care in England Services are at full stretch and struggling to maintain standards, says Chris Ham. Paid event Maximising the value of the NHS estate and back-office systems: making the best use of available resources Slideshow Robert Naylor: Why the NHS estate matters for patients Sir Robert Naylor discusses the challenges, opportunities and recommendations put forward by the Naylor Review on NHS property and estates. Blog Political consensus needed to ensure the future of health and social care In July, Chris Ham joined Sarah Wollaston MP to give the Speaker’s lecture on the future of the NHS in the House of Commons. Here, he summarises his contribution, detailing what needs to be done to secure a sustainable health and social care system.