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Improving care for people with MS: the potential of data and technology

Research 10/07/2018Sophie Castle-Clarke | Natasha Curry | Holly Dorning | Laura Wetherly

An MS Society-commissioned report mapping out what technology is already available for people with MS, what more could be done with what is available and how data and technology could be better exploited in future to improve MS health care.

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The NHS at 70: What will new technology mean for the NHS and its patients?

Research 28/06/2018Sophie Castle-Clarke

To mark the BBC’s coverage of the NHS’s 70th birthday in July 2018, researchers from the Health Foundation, Institute for Fiscal Studies, The King’s Fund and the Nuffield Trust have joined forces for the first time, using combined expertise to shed light on some of the big questions on the NHS...

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The NHS at 70: Does the NHS need more money and how could we pay for it?

Research 26/06/2018George Stoye

To mark the BBC's coverage of the NHS's 70th birthday in July 2018, researchers from the Health Foundation, the Institute for Fiscal Studies, The King’s Fund and the Nuffield Trust have joined forces for the first time, using combined expertise to shed light on some of the big questions on the NHS...

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Patient-centred care for older people with complex needs: Evaluation of a new care model in outer east London

Research 26/04/2018Chris Sherlaw-Johnson | Helen Crump | Sandeepa Arora | Holly Holder | Rob Meaker

This study evaluates a ‘one-stop’ primary care service within three London boroughs for older people with complex health care needs.

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Health 1000: challenges and learning

News and opinion 26/04/2018Dr Mike Gill

In a guest blog, Dr Mike Gill looks at the Health 1000 service and the lessons to learn from it.

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The challenges of case-control studies and the value of inconclusive results

News and opinion 26/04/2018Chris Sherlaw-Johnson

Chris Sherlaw-Johnson discusses the analytical challenges of effective evaluations, and why it’s important that results are not overlooked – regardless of their immediate impact.

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Transforming health care in nursing homes: An evaluation of a dedicated primary care service in outer east London

Research 04/04/2018Chris Sherlaw-Johnson | Helen Crump | Natasha Curry | Dr Charlotte Paddison | Rob Meaker

The study indicates that providing residents of care homes with increased GP access and continuity of primary care more generally may help to reduce hospital admissions.

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Comparison of control charts for monitoring clinical performance using binary data

Research 25/09/2017

Time series charts are increasingly used by clinical teams to monitor their performance, but statistical control charts are not widely used, partly due to uncertainty about which chart to use. Although there is a large literature on methods, there are few systematic comparisons of charts for detecti...

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ISO what? Keeping research data safe

News and opinion 24/11/2016Dr Miranda Davies

Access to patient data is integral to the Nuffield Trust's research. But with data sharing a highly contentious issue in recent years, it's important that stringent measures are taken to protect the privacy of the public. Here Dr Miranda Davies outlines what data security means for both patients and...

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Making the most of clinical data

News and opinion 15/11/2016Dr Jenny Neuburger

Following our data conference, Jenny Neuburger unpacks some of the opportunities and pitfalls of using routine clinical data to monitor quailty of care.

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