Dalton Review Concerning Options for Providers of NHS Care (Department of Health / King’s Fund / KPMG / NHS Improvement)

Summary

Sir David Dalton’s independent review of possible new options for providers of NHS care remains open for comments until the August 31st 2014.

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Dalton Review 2014: new options for providers of NHS care. London [Online]: Department of Health, July 2014.

A King’s Fund report of likely interest:

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Imison, C. Ham, C. [and] Hopson, C. [et al] (2014). Future organisational models for the NHS: perspectives for the Dalton review. London: King’s Fund, July 2014.

Hospital Collaboration and Take-Overs in the NHS

The following KPMG report explores collaboration between hospitals in the NHS, based on results of a survey of NHS Trusts and Foundation trusts. It also covers hospital takeovers in the Netherlands.

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Hospital collaboration in the NHS: exposing the myths. London: KPMG International, February 17th 2015.

Foundation Trust and NHS Trust Mergers

A King’s Fund report points to a lack of evidence that mergers create more sustainable organisations. It appears to be hard to justify funding for mergers instead of other potentially more effective approaches.

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Collins, B. (2015). Foundation trust and NHS trust mergers: 2010 to 2015. London: King’s Fund, September 23rd 2015.

Collection of Resources on Hospital Mergers (NHS Improvement)

NHS Improvement (with Aldwych Partners and Cass Business School) have created a collection of resources and guides to help senior executives and clinicians decide whether mergers are a suitable choice. Trusts usually consider merging to achieve better integrated, higher quality and / or more cost-effective care.

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How to make NHS mergers work better for patients. London: NHS Improvement, May 25th 2016.

Documents comprise:

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Mergers in the NHS: lessons learnt and recommendations. London: NHS Improvement, May 24th 2016.

There is also an Executive Summary.

On the service improvements and savings that NHS trusts and foundation trusts have (sometimes) achieved:

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Benefits from mergers: lessons from recent NHS transactions. London: NHS Improvement / Aldwych Partners, May 18th 2016.

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Making mergers work: improvements NHS providers have achieved through mergers. London: NHS Improvement, May 18th 2016.

On various factors thought to influence the delivery of improvements through hospital mergers:

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Making mergers work: factors affecting the success of NHS mergers. London: NHS Improvement, May 19th 2016.

There is a literature review:

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Making mergers work: literature review – the experience of healthcare providers in delivering merger objectives. London: NHS Improvement, May 18th 2016.

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