• 27/08/2014 • Ben Gershlick
The proportion of patients being harmed has fallen and this is cause for celebration, but we need a range of robust measures to keep rates of harm low.
This paper provides an overview of the international evidence on how to improve productive efficiency in secondary care settings.
• 09/06/2014 • 09.30–16.30
This major one-day event provided a forum for health care experts to explore the future of the hospital in a time of NHS spending constraints.
In this video interview, Professor Sir Mike Richards, Chief Inspector of Hospitals, Care Quality Commission (CQC), describes the key questions they will be asking as a result of changes to the way …
With all developed countries searching hard to eke more value out of the money spent on health care, this article looks at the way that health care is paid for.
In this video interview, David Hamer, Professional Lead for Laboratory Medicine, Royal Bolton Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and National Clinical Lead for Service Improvement (Blood Sciences), NHS …
• 12/01/2012 • Dr Jennifer Dixon CBE | Jeremy Hurst | Professor Judith Smith | Sally Williams
As the NHS attempts to secure unprecedented productivity gains, new research based on UK and international experience suggests how hospitals can improve efficiency.
This paper presents the findings from a study to test whether two hospital-avoidance interventions altered rates of hospital use.
• 06/05/2008 • Sunand Prasad
This book reflects on the UK's current hospital building programme in the light of historical and international experience.
• 07/01/2008 • Paul Bate | Peter Mendel | Glenn Robert
This report contains in-depth case-studies from seven leading hospitals to give an international, evidence-based outlook.