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Integrated care a slippery term

19/11/2014Integrated care a slippery term

Everywhere you go in the NHS we hear conversations about the need for integrated and coordinated care, and it was the same at yesterday’s Foundation Trust Network. No-one majorly argues against the concept of integration as, hopefully... more >
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editor's comment

28/09/2014You can’t please everyone

Healthier Together – the service reconfiguration plan for Greater Manchester – is not unique. We’ve heard many of the same concerns before when it comes to change in the NHS. Suspicion and distrust from some quarters; cries of ‘why not just invest more everywhere?’ from others; picking apart the process of the consultation from yet others, trying to find a loophole or technicality that invalidates the whole prog... read more >

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interviews

Big data helping speech recognition become mainstream

28/09/2014Big data helping speech recognition become mainstream

Steve Young, Professor of Information Engineering at the University of Cambridge, and a global expert in speech recognition technologies, gives h... more >
The Friends & Family Test: challenges and opportunities

28/09/2014The Friends & Family Test: challenges and opportunities

Andrew MacPherson, managing director of The Strategic Projects Team, originally part of NHS Midlands & East and now hosted by the Greater Eas... more >
‘Don’t rubbish doctors for not always acting like managers’

28/09/2014‘Don’t rubbish doctors for not always acting like managers’

Peter Lees, medical director and former founding director of the intercollegiate UK Faculty of Medical Leadership and Management, gives NHE his t... more >

featured events

Changing provider landscape: taking the Dalton review forward

25 Nov 2014

Find out more> Sir David Dalton’s review into new organisational options for NHS ...

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Empowering allied health professionals to transform health and care services

09 Dec 2014

Find out more> Allied health professionals (AHPs) play a key role as members of multi-d...

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Urgent and emergency care

16 Dec 2014

Find out more> This conference provides a key opportunity to gain an update on progress...

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Digital Health Assembly: Open Innovation Conference 2015

10 Feb 2015

This three day international conference will welcome digital health professionals from around t...

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The King's Fund Annual Conference 2014

14/11/2014

The King’s Fund’s annual conference is a must-attend event for those responsible for leading improvements in the delivery of health care. It will feature proven, high-impact approaches to improving health care delivery that will provide the following professionals with inspiration and ideas that they can put into practice in their organisation.

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Patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs) research conference

18/11/2014

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Future of Health

21/11/2014 07:45 - 18:00

We see a world in which people with long-term conditions are empowered to manage their conditions themselves, with the support of the health and care systems as and when they need them. More than 15 million people in England are currently living with one or more long-term condition and this number is predicted to increase. This is one of the biggest challenges faced by the NHS today.

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Changing provider landscape: taking the Dalton review forward

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inbox

  • 19/11/2014NHS urges people to use pharmacies not A&E

    I agree with this in principle but can't help feeling it hasn't been thought through properly. Has anyone considered the effect this could have on...
  • 11/11/2014Children’s mental health services

    I'm really not surprised to read of the dire state of CAMHS. I have had three ineffectual interactions with CAMHS on behalf of my daughter, who is...
  • 05/11/2014Tea and coffee ban

    Dehydration and hunger lead to people making mistakes. Any members of the public who'd complain at a nurse, doctor etc grabbing a drink are the ones...
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last word

Time government got a grip on regulation

Time government got a grip on regulation

Paula Slater chairs the Alliance for Patient Safety, which represents the voluntary registers for clinical physiologists, cardiothoracic surgical assistants, ophthalmology and vision technologists, clinical technologists, clinical perfusionists ... more > more last word articles >

health service focus

FFT can provide ‘important’ feedback for GPs

28/09/2014FFT can provide ‘important’ feedback for GPs

Dr Mo Dewji, NHS England’s national clinical lead for primary care, explains what the rol... more >
Infection prevention and control: the role of commissioners

28/09/2014Infection prevention and control: the role of commissioners

NHE talks to Rose Gallagher, Royal College of Nursing adviser for infection prevention and cont... more >

latest healthcare news

Greater evaluation needed to justify healthy staff programmes – NHS Employers

21/11/2014Greater evaluation needed to justify healthy staff programmes – NHS Employers

Financial pressure on the NHS is making it increasingly difficult for NHS boards to justify spending on its own staff health and wellbeing progra... more >
CQC ranks mental health trusts by risk of poor care

21/11/2014CQC ranks mental health trusts by risk of poor care

The Care Quality Commission (CQC) has published a ranking of NHS mental health trusts according to risk as part of its method of deciding which t... more >
New guide for good complaints handling across health and social care

21/11/2014New guide for good complaints handling across health and social care

A new report detailing the expectations of patients and service users for good complaint handling across health and social care has been publishe... more >
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