49 posts categorised "Private health"
07 June 2021 Recovering your workforce - Beyond COVID-19 Given the impact of the pandemic on NHS staff, how do we now support their recovery from the physical and psychological impact of the last 13 months?
20 May 2021 How will capital planning and allocation work under the white paper proposals? The recent government white paper on health and care has indicated that capital will be managed and allocated at a system level rather than the historic route via NHS trusts.
06 May 2021 Engaging and inspiring primary care – without understanding how to do this, we can kiss goodbye to population health management Engaging primary care in health system redesign is key if we want to make progress in the delivery of better healthcare.
23 April 2021 Dealing with the NHS backlog - a framework for recovery While we may be able to regain many aspects of pre-pandemic life over the coming months, the NHS is now facing another extensive challenge - to restore and recover its planned care services.
16 September 2020 Back to the future. Why patients must be at the heart of the post-COVID-19 health system Anthony Bruce and Karla Anderson set out why patients are key in a post COVID-19 environment.
10 September 2020 Why UK health and social care needs a new system architecture after COVID-19 David Morris discusses the need around new system architecture following the government's recent August folding of (PHE) into (NIHP).
05 February 2020 Heal yourself, patient journeys as a strategic tool for pharmaceutical companies As patients are increasingly engaged in their own healthcare, and as their needs are evolving, pharmaceutical companies now have the ambition and the need to achieve greater patient centricity.
23 January 2020 How can technology help deliver the NHS Long Term Plan? A view from the board The effective use of technology is critical in delivering the NHS Long Term PLan (LTP), but how can this be implemented, and how do current NEDs feel about the role of technology within healthcare?
23 January 2020 System planning in health and care - getting the numbers right Getting a single view of the system’s prospective financial performance should be taking on increased importance for Integrated Care System (ICS) and Integrated Care Partnership (ICP) leaders, as well as for boards and governing bodies. In this blog, Joshua Walker discusses the need for system planning in healthcare.
29 November 2019 Winning the superbug battle - what is it going to take? (Part 2) By Dragos Mircea and David Leonard. Antibiotics appear to be bad business. Several interventions can change this, one of which is a Market Entry Reward (MER).
23 October 2019 To engage and retain carers, you need to commit to their personal development High staff turnover is a key driver behind the UK’s shortage of carers. Based on our research with 2,000 carers we outline steps to help managers support carers’ personal development.
17 October 2019 Does the current national regulatory approach positively support the implementation of the NHS Long Term Plan? A view from the board In order to understand the impact of the Long Term Plan, and to gauge how well it’s being implemented, we surveyed NHS Non-Executive Directors from across England and asked them to feedback on the regulatory approach.
09 October 2019 Prioritising national interventions to improve population health - how we did it in the Middle East As part of the Long Term Plan (LTP), the NHS is committed to ambitious, quantitative health gains in the population. In this blog we outline how prioritising interventions can save lives and money.
01 October 2019 A smooth day-to-day keeps carer turnover at bay Sixty-one percent of carers entered the profession because they want to help people – so why are they leaving in droves? In this post we look at the measures to reduce employee turnover in the care sector, we discuss how care-home managers and operators can make front-line staff happier and more productive in their day-to-day work.
26 September 2019 Bold action needed on social determinants to improve health outcomes We know that the social, economic and environmental factors of where we live and work, such as social isolation, economic inequality, pollution and poor food can greatly influence an individual's health. Here we set out an action plan for tackling these health inequalities.
26 September 2019 If you don’t want carers to leave, give them a reason to stay The social-care sector is experiencing one of its greatest challenges to date. Facing an estimated staffing shortage of 290,000 by 2030, the industry urgently needs to boost recruitment and reduce staff turnover. We set out how providers can
04 July 2019 Implementing the NHS Long Term Plan - Are there lessons from abroad? By Mike Farrar. We are not alone in having increasing demand outstripping new resources.
28 June 2019 To create a better working environment for carers, rethink your organisational structure Care homes are under pressure to boost recruitment and reduce staff turnover. This blog discusses why having the right organisational structure is key to creating a better working environment for carers.
06 June 2019 Putting care at the heart of the care home business By Reena Virdee. Facing an estimated staffing shortage of 290,000 by 2030, the social care sector is under pressure. Reena explores the recommendations of our recent research, starting with why care home businesses need to put care at the heart of everything they do.
11 March 2019 What can organisations like the NHS learn from success in the field of football management? By David Cockayne and Tom Mytton. Following the recent upturn in fortunes for Manchester United, after the surprise appointment of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, we ask what lessons could be learned by organisations like the NHS, and organisational leadership?