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Video Jessica Williams: Thinking differently about commissioning in Tameside and Glossop As part of our report Thinking differently about commissioning: learning from new approaches to planning, we interviewed Jessica Williams from Tameside and Glossop – a CCG in Greater Manchester which has come together with Tameside Council to create a single planning organisation for most local public services Video Helen Hirst: Thinking differently about commissioning in Bradford district and Craven As part of our report Thinking differently about commissioning: learning from new approaches to planning, we interviewed Helen Hirst from Bradford district and Craven – three CCGs in West Yorkshire that will be merging in April 2020 and are establishing partnership arrangements to plan services. Data visualisation Accident and emergency (A&E) waiting times Accident and emergency (A&E) waiting times are one of the most high-profile indicators of how hospitals are performing. How is A&E performance measured and what influences how long people wait? Video Don Berwick on payment reform: How can we do things differently? Ben Collins talks with Professor Don Berwick, International Visiting Fellow at The King's Fund, about the current system of financial incentive schemes in the UK and how these could be reformed. Video Matthew Lewis: A view from the front line Matthew Lewis, Visiting Fellow at The King’s Fund, speaks at our 2018 annual conference. Hear learning from our report 'Approaches to better value: improving quality and cost' where we heard from staff at three NHS acute hospital trusts. Audio The NHS at 70: blow out the candles and make a wish A podcast about big ideas in health and care. Episode four: as the NHS turns 70, what state is it in? What will it look like in another 70 years? Helen McKenna talks about how the NHS is changing with Don Berwick, Ceinwen Giles and Siva Anandaciva. Audio Trolleys and targets: a never-ending winter for hospitals? A podcast about big ideas in health and care. Episode two: Does winter ever end for the NHS these days? Helen McKenna talks about winter pressures in A&E with Siva Anandaciva and Matthew Kershaw. Audio The NHS: are you satisfied with your health service? A podcast about big ideas in health and care. Episode one: Do we expect too much – or too little – from the NHS? Should taxes increase to fix its problems? Helen McKenna talks about public satisfaction with the NHS with Ruth Robertson and Dan Wellings. Slideshow Siva Anandaciva: know your reviews - from Carter to Berwick Siva Anandaciva highlights six major recent reviews of the health care system and explains why we should care. Slideshow Mick Ward: Commissioning through influence Mick Ward explains how developing partnerships can transform the way commissioning is implemented. Video Matthew Swindells: The future of commissioning Matthew Swindells, National Director, Operations and Information, NHS England discusses the role of commissioners in delivering sustainability and transformation partnerships and creating accountable care systems. Video Helen Stokes-Lampard: Social prescribing and the current NHS landscape Dr Helen Stokes-Lampard, Chair of the Royal College of General Practitioners, discusses how the use of social prescribing supports general practice to deliver high quality, holistic care. Slideshow Marie Polley: The challenges of evaluating common sense Dr Marie Polley discusses progress made in developing better ways of researching and evaluating social prescribing. Audio Deborah Gold: The future of HIV services Deborah Gold, Chief Executive of the National AIDS Trust, discusses progress made by HIV services and how to ensure this progress continues by building partnerships between services. Slideshow Chloe Orkin: The future of HIV services Professor Chloe Orkin, Chair of the British HIV Association (BHIVA) and Consultant Physician at the Royal London Hospital, outlines the challenges of delivering HIV services and discusses BHIVA's work in reviewing the standards of HIV care and advocating for better HIV services. Audio Lord Fowler: HIV policy successes to date The Rt Hon the Lord Fowler, Lord Speaker, House of Lords, discusses how the United Kingdom has achieved its successes in HIV policy, and sets out priorities for future policy. Slideshow Jane Anderson: Future risks and opportunities for HIV services Professor Jane Anderson, Visiting Fellow at The King's Fund, shares findings from our report on The future of HIV services in England. Audio Caz Sayer: How are financial pressures affecting patient care? Caz Sayer gives her response to The King's Fund's report, Understanding NHS financial pressures: how are they affecting patient care?, and discusses the difficult decisions commissioners are currently facing as a result of financial pressures and how these are affecting patients. Slideshow Clare Marx: How are financial pressures affecting patient care? Clare Marx, President of The Royal College of Surgeons, gives her response to The King's Fund's report, Understanding NHS financial pressures: how are they affecting patient care?