How the system can make the most of the unique role of specialist hospitals.
How the system can make the most of the unique role of specialist hospitalsPosted on Tuesday 6th November 2018 by Innovation Agency and UCLPartners
Many of England’s 21 specialist trusts have created international reputations for academic and clinical excellence, and successfully recruit specialists from around the world. They also score higher than other trusts in ratings for performance and patient satisfaction.
It’s okay to not be okay….Posted on Wednesday 31st October 2018 by Jen Gilroy-Cheetham
I paused, motionless while I sat reflecting…..
The patient stuck in a roomPosted on Monday 24th September 2018 by Jennifer Gilroy-Cheetham
It's easy to forget how significant time is when you’re not in a hospital bed. For a patient, time is everything. The time you wake, the time you have your breakfast, the time you’re due to have your scans or others tests - and of course visiting time
Population health management - why is it important?Posted on Monday 10th September 2018 by Eleanor Garnett-Bentley
Integrated care is a key focus for all health and social care systems, yet efforts in the past to truly integrate care have often glanced over the importance of the wider determinants of health and the broader health of our local populations.
It seems too good to be truePosted on Wednesday 22nd August 2018 by Dr Liz Mear
Sometimes an offer seems too good to be true; that may seem to be the case for a set of innovations being provided for free to health providers across England.