Tag Archives: End to Silo Working

Recent Report on the State of Care (CQC / DHSC / BBC News / NHS England / SCIE)

Summary The Care Quality Commission (CQC) recently released their annual State of Care report, which examines the performance and effectiveness of health and social care in England, on every front. It appears that patients’ experiences of care tend to depend on how well the components … Continue reading

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NHS Leadership Review (BBC News / Department of Health)

Summary Lord Rose, formerly of Marks & Spencer, was commissioned by the Secretary of State for Health to review leadership in the NHS. This controversial and independent report covers how to attract and develop capable leaders, whether from inside or … Continue reading

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Monitor and Trust Development Authority Under Single Leadership: Delivering Better Support to Hospitals (Department of Health / Monitor)

Summary Closer working between Monitor and the NHS Trust Development Authority (NHS TDA) should help reduce lack of standardisation and inconsistency, and help to embed hospital patient safety as an NHS priority. All NHS hospitals, whether foundation trusts or non-foundation … Continue reading

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RCP’s Future Hospital Model: An Update (RCP)

Summary The Royal College of Physicians (RCP) earlier this month released a further document explaining their model for the future hospital. Roughly a year since publication of the original plan, and in readiness for the 2015 general election, the RCP … Continue reading

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