Report on an Office of Health Economics Seminar on NHS staffing markets and the use of temporary staff, specifically in the NHS provider sector, i.e. foundation trusts and NHS trust. (which include hospitals). It provides an overview of the NHS labour
One year on from the launch of the Developing People- Improving Care, we highlight how leaders across health and social care have implemented the framework. This involves ensuring systems of compassion, inclusion and improvement, are at the core of the health
Ahead of an opposition day debate in Parliament, NHS Providers has produced a briefing on NHS winter pressures. It includes: NHS Providers key messages on NHS winter pressures Analysis of NHS England’s weekly winter performance data How staff are going
Leading Large Scale Change: a practical guide has been produced by the NHS England Sustainable Improvement Team and the Horizons Team, NHS England, to help all those involved in seeking to achieve transformational change in complex health and care environments.
House of Commons Committee on Exiting the European Union assessment of the impact of Brexit on the Medical Services and Social Care Sector.
Sets out the Secretary of State’s determination, made under paragraph 4 of Schedule 7B to the Local Government Finance Act 1988, of the percentage of the authority’s non-domestic rating income that is to be the billing authority’s central share and the percentage that
This report illustrates the effect of good people management with an analysis of the National Health Service. The report found Trusts that made the most extensive use of good people management practices were over three times more likely to have the
Nuffield Trust report on the slow adoption of innovations by the NHS that finds it is due to: An overly supply-driven and top-down approach to innovation. Shifts towards the co-production of solutions between clinicians and industry are encouraging, but initiatives
Report on the workforce challenges faced by the health care systems of 14 European countries that identifies the future challenges they face as: Demographics of the talent pool as societies age Changing expectations of reward, work-life balance and career flexibility
Report suggesting progress on breast cancer in the UK is “stalling” as a lack of leadership continues to prevent research breakthroughs from reaching patients and sees the NHS miss clear opportunities to save lives. It assesses the most up-to-date UK
This report summarises the results of a collaboration between Centre for Mental Health and the NHS Benchmarking Network. The NHS Benchmarking Network (NHSBN) is a member-based organisation of NHS commissioners and providers who collect and analyse data on health care services across the NHS. NHSBN have
This briefing on reconfiguration of NHS services includes recent policy developments, information on consultation and scrutiny powers, and drivers of major service changes.
This report has been co-authored with The Health Foundation. It outlines ten lessons for NHS leaders. These provide a starting point for leaders seeking to embed quality improvement in their work. The lessons are: Make quality improvement a leadership priority
The issue of governance in relation to sustainability and transformation partnerships (STPs), accountable care systems and new models of care is a priority consideration on the watching brief of the HFMA’s Governance and Audit Committee. Robust governance arrangements are needed as local plans are
Uses the 2006 relaxation of constraints on patient choice of hospital in the English NHS to investigate the effect of hospital competition on dimensions of efficiency including indicators of resource management (admissions per bed, bed occupancy rate, proportion of day
The purpose of the Use of Resources assessment is to improve understanding of how effectively and efficiently trusts are using their resources – including their finances, workforce, estates and facilities, technology and procurement – to provide high quality, efficient and sustainable care for
This report examines three policy areas which have experienced consistent reform and change: further education, regional governance and industrial policy. It outlines the economic and human cost of organisational change in government, and argues that greater scrutiny and accountability is
This report is a summary of phase 1. Ongoing modelling work to support phase 2 is being taken forward by HEE. The review was separated into 2 phases: the collation of information and data, and analysis of available data to
Fabian Society report that shows that while people may have heard the term ‘devolution’, there is little public understanding of what it entails. It finds that while people believe that local control will improve healthcare and welcome public participation in NHS
Report from the National Council for Voluntary Organisations that calls for greater transparency in devolution, NCVO said that proof of the involvement of the local voluntary sector should be among clear, published criteria by which future devolution proposals are assessed.