Tag Archives: Incentives

Dementia Diagnosis Rates in England (NHS Digital / NHS England)

Summary NHS Digital – formerly the Health and Social Care Information Centre (HSCIC) – continues to release monthly statistical information on recorded dementia diagnoses Full Text Link Reference Recorded dementia diagnoses, June 2018. [Online]: NHS Digital, July 13th 2018. Background information on … Continue reading

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Dementia Enhanced Service To Cease: Job Done? (NHS England)

Summary The Dementia Enhanced Service will cease on March 31st 2016 (and the £42 million resource will be transferred into a “global sum”), given that GPs are by now diagnosing dementia more routinely. Other Enhanced Services will continue unchanged however. … Continue reading

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GP Incentive Schemes to Reduce Referrals to Hospital? (BBC News / Pulse / NHS England / Department of Health)

Summary GP practices may sometimes receive incentive payments for reducing the number of patients referred to hospital, according to an investigation by Pulse. The aim of NHS leaders is to reduce inappropriate patient referrals, i.e. where patients can be better … Continue reading

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Evidence Versus Mythology: Challenging Cherished Orthodoxies (British Journal of General Practice)

Summary A brief communication in the British Journal of General Practice points to recent evidence raising some interesting questions which many might prefer to duck. This “devil’s advocate”-style letter challenges readers to question some supposedly established axioms in modern dementia … Continue reading

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International Meeting of Regulators on Challenges of Dementia Research and Drug Development (MHRA / Department of Health)

Summary The Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) took part in an international workshop with other regulators, and has released a statement of intent about how to support the development of drugs for dementia. This work is in support … Continue reading

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Potential Costs and Risks of Over-Diagnosis and Over-Treatment? (BBC News / AoMRC / BMJ)

Summary The Academy of Medical Royal Colleges (AoMRC) has again warned of the culture of a “more is better” approach regarding potentially unnecessary healthcare interventions. Their “Choosing Wisely” campaign (imported from the USA) exhorts medical organisations each to identify five … Continue reading

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NHS Forward View Into Action: Planning for 2015/16 / New Appointees to Support Local Forward View Care Models (NHS England / BMJ)

Summary Joint guidance – from NHS England, Monitor, the NHS Trust Development Authority (TDA), the Care Quality Commission, Public Health England and Health Education England – has been released on fulfilling the aims of the NHS Five Year Forward View. … Continue reading

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