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How should payment systems evolve in the new era of integrated care?

News and opinion 20/03/2018Dr Richard Lewis | George Agathangelou

Long read: Dr Richard Lewis and George Agathangelou look at the strengths and weaknesses of different approaches to funding integrated care – arguing that a successful solution must be easy to understand and aligned to participants’ core mission and values.

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2018 Health Policy Summit

Spotlight 27/02/2018

The Nuffield Trust’s 2018 Summit brought leaders and experts together to rethink the biggest issues in health and social care: from staffing, to the perspectives of the public and how poverty and deprivation shape health. Catch up on the highlights here.

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Integrated care: what does it mean for commissioning?

News and opinion 14/02/2018Nigel Edwards

Long read: Nigel Edwards looks at the risks and opportunities for commissioning as we move towards integrated care.

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Commissioning: the times are a changing

News and opinion 14/02/2018Helen Buckingham

Before we look at how commissioning functions might evolve as integrated care systems develop, Helen Buckingham looks at the reality behind the debate, the lessons of the past, and whether the terminology we use actually matters.

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2018: What to look out for in health and social care

News and opinion 21/12/2017Nuffield Trust

With 2017 drawing to a close and the new year nearly upon us, for festive reading we asked 12 Nuffield Trust experts to each give a brief insight into what might happen in health and social care in 2018. So we’ve been making a list (and checking it twice) of what they told us. See you in the new y...

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How can commissioners respond to the NHS financial crunch?

News and opinion 20/09/2016John Wilderspin

Our recent briefing, Feeling the crunch, showed how the financial pinch currently felt by NHS providers would soon fall on commissioning bodies. John Wilderspin offers a commissioner's perspective on the numbers.

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We might need a magic carpet to cross this financial bridge

News and opinion 19/09/2016Siva Anandaciva

Siva Anandaciva, Head of Analysis at NHS Providers, responds to recent analysis from Sally Gainsbury unpicking the state of NHS finances.

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Why we still need clinical commissioners

News and opinion 12/07/2016Holly Holder

Holly Holder outlines why new developments in the NHS - including devolution and sustainability and transformation plans - are putting the voice of GPs in commissioning at risk.

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Cornerstone of NHS reforms faces uncertain future

News and opinion 12/07/2016

Clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) have secured better engagement from GPs than previous forms of commissioning but still face numerous barriers to putting power in doctors’ hands, according to a new report published by The King’s Fund and the Nuffield Trust.

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