5 posts categorised "Healthcare"

04 April 2014

One year on, clinical commissioning groups must hold their nerve

By Kalee Talvitie-Brown and Rob Yearsley One year on from their authorisation in April 2013, clinical commissioning groups remain full of ambition. However, the CCG Barometer, carried out by the HSJ with our support, shows there is a remaining concern that CCGs don’t have enough capacity or access to skills...

25 March 2014

A fragmented system can't deliver whole person care

By Janet Dawson and Dr Tim Wilson The conclusion of Sir John Oldham’s independent commission on whole person care cannot be clearer: the fragmentation of care, driven by deep professional and organisational boundaries and supported by perverse payment mechanisms, cannot continue if the NHS is to remain faithful to its...

20 January 2014

NHS@75: engaging with new digital demographics

By Tom Hooper, Nick Matthews, Camila Russell & Ben Stell Demographic change is undoubtedly putting the NHS under pressure, as our NHS@75 report shows. But over the next ten years, changing digital demographics may have a bigger impact on the future shape of the NHS. For digital natives, like us,...

01 March 2013

NHS@75 - the debate on the future of the health service begins

By Ed Bramley-Harker What might the future hold for the NHS in 2023? On 26 February, we brought together a range of stakeholders from across the health sector, and beyond, to think about this question, exploring the possibilities for the NHS over the next decade. The potential visions for the...

14 February 2013

What will the NHS look like in 10 years time?

By Janet Dawson and Dr Tim Wilson The NHS has had its fair share of headlines over the past twelve months. High profile debates over quality, reform, restructuring and funding make it hard to imagine a day when change won’t be constant in the NHS. For healthcare professionals in the...