• 23/03/2020 • Jenny Davies
In our latest update we’ve looked at trends in the quality of care for people with long-term conditions.
• 19/09/2016 • Nora Cooke O'Dowd
GP Patient Survey data and what it tells us about patient experience.
This article outlines the findings of a multisite case study looking at the commissioning of care for people with long-term conditions in England. It also considers the factors inhibiting or facilitating commissioners making service changes.
In this slideshow, Nuffield Trust Director of Policy Dr Judith Smith explores what is involved in the practice of clinical commissioning and more specifically how NHS commissioners are commissionin…
This article examines the extent to which local commissioning operates as the market-orientated approach originally intended in policy, drawing on research into three health communities in the NHS.
This article examines the cost effectiveness of technology used in pilot sites as part of the Department of Health's Whole Systems Demonstrator telehealth trial.
A major investigation into the practice of commissioning health care for long-term conditions has questioned the extent to which the NHS internal market operates as policy makers intended.
Responding to the Future Forum’s second phase reports, Nuffield Trust Chief Executive Dr Jennifer Dixon said that the Forum is right to focus on integrating care for patients.
This article forms part of our large scale study of the implementation, impact and acceptability of telehealth and telecare.