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Funding innovation in the NHS: Early observations of a Wave 2 Test Bed

Blog post 16/07/2019Sophie Castle-Clarke

Since last September the Nuffield Trust has been evaluating Care City, a Test Bed based in north east London. Sophie Castle-Clarke describes what we’ve found so far.

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Friday FAQs: Fran Woodard

Blog post 05/07/2019Dr Fran Woodard

To round off our first series of questions, for this week's Friday FAQs we spoke to Dr Fran Woodard, Executive Director of Policy and Impact at Macmillan Cancer Support.

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Invest early: how to improve the health of young adults with epilepsy

Blog post 05/07/2019Dougal Hargreaves | Colin Dunkley

Dougal Hargreaves and Colin Dunkley reveal the findings of a new study looking at how the quality of paediatric care can affect outcomes for young adults with epilepsy, while also reflecting on the wider lessons for improving the health of young people in the United Kingdom.

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How data can shape a safer NHS

Blog post 02/07/2019Sarah Scobie

With the Patient Safety Strategy published today arguing that new technologies have the potential to transform improvements in keeping patients from harm, Sarah Scobie takes a closer look at what the possibilities are.

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We need to know more about what happens in general practice

Blog post 26/06/2019Camille Oung

With widespread hope that the new general practice dataset will develop into a comprehensive and robust resource, Camille Oung assesses the dataset as it stands and suggests ways progress might be made to bring the information up to the levels seen elsewhere in the health care system.

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Friday FAQs: Rob Webster

Blog post 21/06/2019Rob Webster

For this week’s Friday FAQs we spoke to Rob Webster, Chief Executive of South West Yorkshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust.

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Vive la révolution in population health management

Blog post 19/06/2019Andi Orlowski

In a guest blog, Andi Orlowski of Imperial College Health Partners explains why population health management has become so important for health systems all over the world – and why it is different from the previous approaches we have taken in public health or within the NHS.

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Not made to be measured: why evaluating integrated care initiatives is so difficult

Blog post 13/06/2019Eilís Keeble

Knowing which of the growing number of initiatives to join up care in the health service actually work for patients is crucial. Based on her experience with an earlier wave of integration initiatives – the “Pioneers” – Eilís Keeble looks at what needs to be done to make this possible.

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Friday FAQs: Kate Jarman

Blog post 07/06/2019Kate Jarman

For this week's FAQ we spoke to Kate Jarman, Director of Corporate Affairs at Milton Keynes University Hospital. Kate is also the co-founder of FlexNHS, a support and resource network to promote and enable flexible working in the NHS.

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Could the NHS be the price of a US trade deal?

Blog post 06/06/2019Mark Dayan

After President Donald Trump told a press conference in London this week that the NHS could form part of a future trade deal between the UK and the United States, Mark Dayan looks at whether we really have cause for worry.

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