• 01/10/2014 • Professor Judith Smith
Judith Smith outlines the issues with Labour's suggestion that hospitals may be expected to evolve into integrated care organisations.
This article asks what the English NHS can learn from Canterbury, given the strong similarities between the two countries' systems.
In this slideshow, John Macaskill-Smith, Chief Executive, The Midlands Health Network, describes a new model of general practice used in New Zealand and the challenges faced.
In this slideshow, John Macaskill-Smith, Chief Executive, The Midlands Health Network in New Zealand discusses supporting general practice needs in the future.
Mr Macaskill-Smith presented at …
• 26/09/2012 • Ruth Thorlby | Professor Judith Smith | Pauline Barnett | Professor Nicholas Mays
This report offers insights from the experience of organised general practice in New Zealand.
In this video interview, Dr Iain McCormick, Managing Director at the Executive Coaching Centre in New Zealand provides an overview of alliance contracting – a form of contracting predominantly used …
In this video, John Macaskill-Smith, Chief Executive of the Midlands Health Network (an independent practitioner association), discusses the development of integrated care in New Zealand where …
• 21/02/2012 • Professor Judith Smith
As GPs and other clinicians prepare to come together into clinical commissioning groups, policy-makers are increasingly interested in understanding what will help enable effective collaboration and …
Many of New Zealand’s GPs have been working together in GP-owned networks – called independent practitioner associations (IPAs) – for nearly two decades. In many cases, these organisations have …