• 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.
• 26/10/2016 • Nuffield Trust
Rob Sainsbury of Northern Devon Healthcare NHS Trust explains how the trust went from struggling with A&E performance and flow issues to being a top national performer in just one year.
This briefing draws on theories about congestion to look at why the aim that 95% of patients attending A&E should be admitted, discharged or transferred within four hours has become more difficult to meet, and what can be done about it.
A new report analyses patient flow through hospitals in England.
• 31/03/2015 • 09.30–16.00 • Amy Caldwell-Nichols | Dr Kate Silvester | Dr Steve Allder
The Nuffield Trust hosted an event exploring the severe pressures facing Accident and Emergency departments.
• 30/10/2014 • Professor David Oliver
David Oliver outlines how tackling hospital crises lies in tackling the way patients move around the health and social care systems, not in managing the front door of the hospital.
• 14/10/2014 • 09.00–17.00
This one day seminar heard from a select group of NHS trusts which have made the greatest improvement in length of stay.
In this slideshow Dr Ian Sturgess, Director at IMP Healthcare consultancy, explores how we can better understand admitted flow streams and optimise patient journeys.
Dr Sturgess spoke at the …
In this slideshow, Prof David Oliver, Consultant Geriatrician, Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust, presents on how we can shorten and improve hospital care for older people with complex needs. …