Urgent and Emergency care: What’s next?

2019-12-19T13:28:53+00:00

Urgent and Emergency Care: What's next? There has been no shortage of news stories highlighting the pressure in our Accident and Emergency (A&E) departments and no more so than now as we head into winter with the knowledge that across the country A&E’s are not meeting their performance targets. As [...]

Urgent and Emergency care: What’s next?2019-12-19T13:28:53+00:00

Diagnostics: Working together to deliver change

2019-12-09T17:12:55+00:00

Diagnostics: Working together to deliver change The pressure faced by diagnostic services is ever-growing. There is increasing attention on the achievement of RTT waiting times, faster cancer diagnostic standards and improving patient outcomes and so diagnostic services, such as imaging, endoscopy and pathology, are faced with playing their vital part [...]

Diagnostics: Working together to deliver change2019-12-09T17:12:55+00:00

Patient flow challenges in the NHS

2019-10-31T15:43:12+00:00

Patient flow challenges in the NHS We recently partnered with Draper & Dash on their Executive Patient Flow summit which took place in London on 4 October. The focus of the event was patient transformation, promoting system integration, cost improvement initiatives and the value of technology. The event was attended [...]

Patient flow challenges in the NHS2019-10-31T15:43:12+00:00

NHS Trust procurement…what next?

2019-10-24T14:49:47+00:00

NHS Trust procurement…what next? The radical change in NHS national procurement to leverage economies of scale and have central procurement ‘towers’ provided by category professionals certainly looked good when it was presented four years ago... The NHS Acute Trust procurement community agreed with the principle but bitter experience told them [...]

NHS Trust procurement…what next?2019-10-24T14:49:47+00:00

Acute Service Change: Engaging Patients and the Public

2019-10-01T15:25:16+00:00

Acute Service Change: Engaging Patients and the Public Acute hospital service reviews are being undertaken throughout the country with the aim of delivering significant improvements to quality of care, patient safety and efficiency.  This, along with more sustainable workforce and infrastructure, should be seen as positive by patients and service [...]

Acute Service Change: Engaging Patients and the Public2019-10-01T15:25:16+00:00

A ‘Hub’ approach can improve quality, integrate care, and increase capacity

2019-09-17T13:25:54+00:00

A ‘Hub’ approach can improve quality, integrate care, and increase capacity Both the NHS Long Term Plan (2019) and the overdue government green paper on social care reflect integrated care as key to managing growing demand and improving patient access.  Good models of integrated care will include prevention, self-care and [...]

A ‘Hub’ approach can improve quality, integrate care, and increase capacity2019-09-17T13:25:54+00:00

Primary Care Networks: laying a path to success

2019-08-29T11:38:10+00:00

Primary Care Networks: laying the path to success The readily awaited Primary Care Network Development Prospectus was released recently (August 2019) and clearly sets the tone, expectations and windows for achievement for networks in the coming years. The prospectus articulates the process and need for support based on two critical [...]

Primary Care Networks: laying a path to success2019-08-29T11:38:10+00:00

Integrated Urgent Care (111) services in Yorkshire and Humber project shortlisted in HSJ Awards 2019

2019-08-22T08:30:01+00:00

Integrated Urgent Care (111) services in Yorkshire and Humber project shortlisted in HSJ Awards 2019 Greater Huddersfield CCG and Attain Health Management Ltd are delighted to announce that their ‘Integrated Urgent Care (111) services in Yorkshire & Humber’ project has been shortlisted for the System Leadership Initiative of the [...]

Integrated Urgent Care (111) services in Yorkshire and Humber project shortlisted in HSJ Awards 20192019-08-22T08:30:01+00:00

Workforce in the NHS: addressing complex challenges

2019-07-26T10:05:31+00:00

Workforce in the NHS: addressing complex challenges Workforce is finally in the spotlight – but for all the wrong reasons. As the complexity of England’s health and care needs continues to increase so do the workforce challenges facing our health and care system. In a climate of growing [...]

Workforce in the NHS: addressing complex challenges2019-07-26T10:05:31+00:00
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