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Not so fast: how to slow activity growth

Blog post 21/10/2016Sally Gainsbury

This month, NHS providers received instructions from NHS England to slow 'activity growth' – the number of patients with complex needs, requiring more advanced care – by one percentage point. But with money for transformation largely being used to bail out struggling hospitals, are the two tasks...

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Jon Nicholl: Induced demand and use of emergency care

Presentation 18/03/2014

This presentation was given by Jon Nicholl, Professor of Health Services Research in the School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) at the University of Sheffield. He discusses induced demand and …

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Rebecca Rosen: Supply-induced demand in primary care

Presentation 18/03/2014

In this slideshow  Dr Rebecca Rosen , Senior Fellow, Nuffield Trust, discusses the concept of supply-induced demand as it relates to primary health care. She discusses the factors driving demand for …

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David Lloyd: Coping with patient demand

Presentation 18/03/2014

In this slideshow, Dr David Lloyd of the Ridgeway Surgery in Harrow gives a GP’s perspective on supply-induced demand in health care. Dr Lloyd spoke at the Nuffield Trust event:  Supply induced …

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