• 25/06/2018 • Mark Dayan | Deborah Ward | Tim Gardner | Elaine Kelly
An analysis of 22 indicators of care quality across 18 countries to explore how the UK compares against health systems in other developed countries.
A new scheme piloted in four nursing homes has resulted in a 36% reduction in emergency admissions to hospital, with the biggest reductions towards the end of people’s lives.
• 12/02/2018 • John Appleby
While this winter has been particularly tough for the NHS, we’re not the only nation affected by it, as John Appleby reveals.
• 18/08/2017 • Sophie Castle-Clarke
Long read: Having witnessed tracking technology first hand in two American health care organisations, Sophie Castle-Clarke sets out its strengths and how to implement it successfully.
• 08/08/2014 • Geoffrey Rivett
Providing a high-quality, accessible service from a tightly-held public purse is not a new dilemma for the NHS, says Geoffrey Rivett.
This paper provides an overview of the international evidence on how to improve productive efficiency in secondary care settings.
• 06/08/2014 • Dr Rebecca Rosen
Many patients love these triage services, but the system is not without challenges, says Rebecca Rosen.
• 04/08/2014 • Holly Smith (Dorning)
We need to prepare a long term solution not a short term fix for NHS waiting times, says Holly Dorning.
• 16/07/2014 • Mark Dayan
Mark Dayan examines the issues with the Better Care Fund's performance pot.
• 11/07/2014 • Ruth Thorlby
Ruth Thorlby explores the link between the strained social care system and its impact on the NHS.