Cancer Workforce Planning: 5 Key insights

2020-11-10T09:14:34+00:00

Cancer Workforce Planning: 5 Key insights As we grapple with the return of COVID to our hospitals at scale, workforce planning is more critical than ever if patients are to have timely access to cancer services. The Long Term Plan has set out a series of new objectives for meeting [...]

Cancer Workforce Planning: 5 Key insights2020-11-10T09:14:34+00:00

Population Health Management: A robust approach to understand and plan for COVID-related inequalities

2020-11-04T13:19:51+00:00

Population Health Management: A robust approach to understand and plan for COVID-related inequalities COVID has exposed previously hidden inequalities   As we have discussed previously, COVID has laid bare societal inequalities in the UK.  Public Health England (PHE) has highlighted a number of areas of disparities in COVID rates and outcomes including age, deprivation, comorbidities and ethnicity. This list represents a mix of some COVID specific biological risk factors but is predominantly driven [...]

Population Health Management: A robust approach to understand and plan for COVID-related inequalities2020-11-04T13:19:51+00:00

Diagnostics and Cancer Modelling: Five Critical Features

2020-10-06T08:13:23+00:00

Diagnostics and Cancer Modelling: Five Critical Features Across the NHS, services are grappling with a common question: what will demand look like over the coming months and years and how can we manage it? The COVID-19 national lockdown has created considerable disruption to the provision of cancer care. Performance figures [...]

Diagnostics and Cancer Modelling: Five Critical Features2020-10-06T08:13:23+00:00

Elective Services: One System, One Waiting List

2020-09-30T10:32:33+00:00

Elective Services: One System, One Waiting List   Covid-19 has clearly had a significant impact on the provision of elective services. It has been reported that nearly 50,000 people are now waiting more than a year for elective treatment. Even prior to the advent of Covid-19, NHS waiting lists sat at a [...]

Elective Services: One System, One Waiting List2020-09-30T10:32:33+00:00

Phase 3 Planning: Developing Realistic Workforce Returns

2020-09-07T11:48:34+00:00

Phase 3 Planning: Developing Realistic Workforce Plans  This month every STP/ICS needs to submit a series of planning returns as part of the Phase 3 Planning Submission.   Attain are helping systems across England to model different scenarios at scale to see the impact of a range of recovery strategies on the availability and productivity of workforce. [...]

Phase 3 Planning: Developing Realistic Workforce Returns2020-09-07T11:48:34+00:00

Learning Disability Services: Keeping staff who care

2020-09-02T15:22:05+00:00

Learning Disability Services: Keeping staff who care The news that there will be extra funding for learning disability nursing apprenticeships is obviously very welcome to the sector, which has struggled with falling numbers of registered nurses over the last five years. When a cohort of new nurses comes through, we [...]

Learning Disability Services: Keeping staff who care2020-09-02T15:22:05+00:00

Covid-19 and Cancer: The innovate and adapt approach

2020-10-21T08:26:54+00:00

Covid-19 and Cancer: The innovate and adapt approach There can be no doubt that the Covid-19 Pandemic has had a profound effect on our Health and Care systems, but it has also provided some opportunity for services to innovate and adapt at pace.Since the start of the Covid-19 Pandemic, Cancer Services [...]

Covid-19 and Cancer: The innovate and adapt approach2020-10-21T08:26:54+00:00

Working together to source hospital supplies during Covid-19

2020-08-19T15:06:10+00:00

Working together to source hospital supplies during Covid-19 Jon Edwards shares his experiences supporting the Covid-19 response for the West Yorkshire Association of Acute Trusts (WYAAT) by sourcing supplies of much needed resources, including PPE, for hospitals across the region. The procurement and supply chain teams have had a challenging few [...]

Working together to source hospital supplies during Covid-192020-08-19T15:06:10+00:00

Population Health Management as a must have, rather than a nice to have

2020-07-29T11:52:52+00:00

Population Health Management as a must have, rather than a nice to have To date Population Health Management (PHM) has been a ‘nice to have’ part of health and care planning, often seen as a high-level theoretical approach, useful perhaps for strategic ends, but not necessarily operational ones. Particularly, the [...]

Population Health Management as a must have, rather than a nice to have2020-07-29T11:52:52+00:00
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