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Health policy summit 2017

Summit 02/03/2017

An opportunity for health and care leaders to come together to discuss how health systems should respond to the major challenges ahead facing the NHS and social care bridging the gap between evidence and action.

The London Quality Standards: A case study in changing clini...

Summary 15/02/2017Louella Vaughan | Sílvia Machaqueiro | Matt Gaskins | Candace Imison

The London Quality Standards were conceived as part of a longer journey to reduce variation and improve quality of care. The programme was distinctive in its scope of ambition aiming to improve the care of acutely unwell patients admitted to London hospitals. This summary accompanies a full report...

The London Quality Standards: A case study in changing clini...

Report 15/02/2017Louella Vaughan | Sílvia Machaqueiro | Matt Gaskins | Candace Imison

This report evaluates the introduction of standards to improve acute and emergency care in London hospitals.

The dangers of tying reconfiguration to seven day standards

Comment 15/02/2017Sílvia Machaqueiro

It is essential that commissioners and STP leads learn the lessons of the London Quality Standards says Silvia Machaqueiro

Health chiefs should not use the threat of hospital closures...

Press release 15/02/2017

It is a mistake to use sevenday standards as the basis for deciding to downgrade or close down hospital services new research by the Nuffield Trust suggests.

London Quality Standards

Spotlight 15/02/2017

We evaluated the introduction of standards to improve acute and emergency care in London hospitals.

Private appointments are no solution to the GP crisis

Comment 14/02/2017Dr Rebecca Rosen

Dr Rebecca Rosen responds to news that a GP practice in Dorset is selling private appointments.

Britannia’s rules are vague: health care regulation after Br...

Comment 09/02/2017Mark Dayan

Mark Dayan examines the uncertain future for NHS regulations after Brexit.

Our response to NHS performance statistics for December 2016

Press release 09/02/2017

Nuffield Trust Chief Economist and Director of Research John Appleby responds to today's figures.

Is it time for a dedicated tax to fund the NHS?

Comment 09/02/2017John Appleby

In this headtohead for the BMJ Richard Layard says a dedicated tax is the only way that we can be sure the government is reflecting public wishes but John Appleby argues it would not protect funding from economic uncertainty.