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Beyond the politics: the truth behind the UK health systems

Blog post 11/04/2014Andy McKeon

What is the truth of comparisons across the UK, and what does it mean for the future of the NHS?

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Summit’s up: issues for the 2015 election

Blog post 26/02/2014Andy McKeon

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Can payment reform promote better care?

Blog post 20/02/2014Dr Louise Marshall

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Conflicting opinions among CCG leaders and GP members over who ‘owns’ new commissioning groups, report suggests

Press release 22/07/2013

New research has suggested that many GPs do not currently have a strong sense of ownership of their local CCGs.

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Judith Smith: Commissioning for long-term conditions

Presentation 12/06/2013

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…

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Competition for care: understanding the changing NHS market and the role of independent care providers

Conference/seminar 20/05/2013 • 10.00–17.00

This event, organised jointly by the Nuffield Trust and the Institute for Fiscal Studies was a conference on competition and choice in health care.

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Commissioning high-quality care for people with long-term conditions

Report 01/03/2013Professor Judith Smith | Dr Alison Porter | Dr Sara Shaw | Dr Rebecca Rosen | Ian Blunt | Professor Nicholas Mays

This report highlights the findings of an in-depth study of commissioning.

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Continuity of services and designating commissioner requested services

Briefing 08/11/2012

Our response to Monitor’s consultation on guidance for commissioners.

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Response to the draft mandate to the NHS Commissioning Board

Briefing 26/09/2012

In our response to the draft mandate to the NHS Commissioning Board, we suggest that the annual progress report needs to be credible and non-partisan, reporting on both improvement and failure.

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