Strategy and Transformation- December 2015

Welcome to the December Update. This will be produced every month and lists the most recent literature in the field. Full text links are provided where available please login to Athens to access the Full text.  To access any full text links to HSJ in this update, please register using your HEFT email ID. If you do not have an NHS Open Athens account please register at http://openathens.nice.org.uk/

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Key Reports

Analysis of trends in NHS inpatient surveys 2005–13 | The King's Fund.

Available: Full Text [12/14/2015].

 

WHO | Health in 2015: from MDGs to SDGs [Homepage of World Health Organisation], [Online].

Available: Full Text [12/14/2015].

General Management

Now you see it now you don’t: can the Spending Review deliver a sustainable health and social care system? - Thoughts from the Centre.

Available: Full Text [11/30/2015].

 

NHS Personal Health Budgets » Leading the charge towards patient empowerment – James Sanderson [Homepage of NHS England], [Online].

Available: Full Text [11/30/2015].

 

Learning from others: devolved governance in the Australian state of Victoria | The King's Fund.

Available: Full Text [11/30/2015].

 

The King's Fund Annual Conference 2015 | The King's Fund.

Available: Full Text [11/30/2015].

 

Enabling population health through predictive maintenance - Thoughts from the Centre [Homepage of Deloitte], [Online].

Available: Full Text [12/14/2015].

 

NHS will struggle to cope this winter, new analysis finds | The Nuffield Trust.

Available: Full Text [12/14/2015].

 

RYCROFT-MALONE J, BURTON C, MELVILLE-RICHARDS L, 2015. Collective action for knowledge mobilisation: a realist evaluation of the Collaborations for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care. Health Services and Delivery Research, 3(44), pp.

Available: Full Text

 

Revised vanguard support package published10 December 2015, [Homepage of NHS England], [Online].

Available: Full Text.

 

ALLCOCK, C. What one CCG is doing to build winter resilience in primary care | The Health Foundation [Homepage of Health Foundation], [Online].

 Available: Full Text [12/17/2015].

 

GAINSBURY, S. The use of temporary clinical staff in the NHS – HSJ workforce investigation main report | Supplements | Health Service Journal.

Available: Full Text [12/18/2015].

 

NHS mandate: Government demands progress in 'transformation areas' | News | Health Service Journal.

Available: Full Text [12/18/2015].

 

Breaking free from the short-term, one-way, top-down system [Homepage of NHS Providers], [Online].

Available: Full Text [15 December 2015].

GINO, F AND STAATS, B, 2015. Why Organizations Don’t Learn. Harvard Business Review, (November 2015),
Available: Full Text.

The Spending Review: what does it mean for health and social care? | The Nuffield Trust. Available: Full Text [12/18/2015].

 

Frail Elderly Care

 

Help them home: the challenges facing the families of older patients [Homepage of Royal Voluntary Service], [Online].

Available: Full Text [12/14/2015].

 

What evidence is there on the effectiveness of different models of delivering urgent care? A rapid review

NIHR Journals Library - Health Services and Delivery Research - 01 December 2015 - Primary Research

Available: Full Text

 

World report on ageing and health

World Health Organization - 30 September 2015 - Evidence Summaries - Publisher: World Health Organization (WHO)

Available: Full Text

Acute Care Re-design

DUNHILL, L. Consultants prepare acute reconfiguration plans for troubled FT [Homepage of Health Service Journal], [Online].

Available: Full Text [November, 2015].

 

DUNIHILL, L. Trust's rationale for moving high risk surgery 'not supported' [Homepage of HSJ], [Online].

Available: Full Text [12/04/2015].

 

Allied health professionals are critical to new models of care | The King's Fund.

Available: Full Text King's Fund [12/8/2015].

 

Lord Prior: Two ways to help deliver our promise of transformation | Opinion | Health Service Journal.

Available: Full Text [12/11/2015].

 

Transforming local services through digital9 December 2015, [Homepage of Local Government Association], [Online].

Available: Full Text.

 

Exclusive: Stevens casts doubt over NHS devolution outside Manchester | News | Health Service Journal.

Available: Full Text [12/14/2015].

 

Rip off the sticking plaster now: Enabling the local implementation of sustainable urgent and emergency care models in 2015/16 - NHS Confederation.

Available: Full Text [12/18/2015].

 

Models of care for high-need, high-cost patients: an evidence synthesis

Commonwealth Fund - 01 October 2015 - Evidence Summaries - Publisher: Commonwealth Fund

Available: Full Text

 

Seven Day Working

Seven-day NHS: a frontline perspective | The Nuffield Trust.

Available: Full Text [12/18/2015].

 

BARER, D., 2015. Basing seven day working policy on evidence not political expediency. BMJ (Clinical research ed.), 351, pp. h4061.

 

CRUMP, H., 2015. Seven day working: why the health secretary's proposal is not as simple as it sounds. BMJ (Clinical research ed.), 351, pp. h4473.

 

LAZOU, J., 2015. Seven day working or seven day services? Community practitioner: the journal of the Community Practitioners' & Health Visitors' Association, 88(3), pp. 11.

 

MCCARTNEY, M., 2015. Margaret McCartney. The zombie statistic behind the push for seven day working. BMJ (Clinical research ed.), 351, pp. h3575.

 

MCKEE, M., 2015. Is the UK government right that seven day working in hospitals would save 6000 lives a year? BMJ (Clinical research ed.), 351, pp. h4723.

 

NEWBOLD, M., 2015. Skirmish over seven day working. BMJ (Clinical research ed.), 351, pp. h4082.

 

RIMMER, A., 2015. Consultants will have seven day rotas by 2020, government says in response to open letter. BMJ (Clinical research ed.), 351, pp. h4548.

 

Surgical Reconfiguration

The LGA sets out five key principles for service reconfiguration - NHS Confederation. Available: Full Text [12/18/2015].

 

Quality, Innovation, Productivity and Prevention [QIPP]

FARNAN, J.M. KAMIN, B. and ARORA, V.M., 2015. Patient safety room of horrors: a novel method to assess medical students and entering residents’ ability to identify hazards of hospitalisation BMJ Quality & Safety, pp. bmjqs-2015-004621.

Pursuing the continuous improvement of patient safety | The Health Foundation.

Available: Full Text [12/1/2015].

 

A handy checklist for developing safety solutions at the front line | The Health Foundation. Available: Full Text [12/1/2015].

Building skills for safety at board level | The Health Foundation.

Available: Full Text [12/1/2015].

 

Nine projects that are closing the gap in patient safety | The Health Foundation.

Available: Full Text [12/1/2015].

 

STAVROPOULOU, C., DOHERTY, C. and TOSEY, P., 2015. How Effective Are Incident-Reporting Systems for Improving Patient Safety? A Systematic Literature Review. Milbank Quarterly, 93(4), pp. 826-866.

Available: Full Text

 

PANNICK, S., SEVDALIS, N. and ATHANASIOU, T., 2015. Beyond clinical engagement: a pragmatic model for quality improvement interventions, aligning clinical and managerial priorities. BMJ Quality & Safety.

Available:  Full Text                   

 

ILLMAN, J. Technology £1bn could be tied to free wi-fi goal, Kelsey predicts [Homepage of Health Service Journal], [Online].

Available: Full Text [09/12/2015].

 

Digital recommendations for the NHS | Doteveryone.

Available: Full Text [12/10/2015].

 

89 footprints on NHS digital plan [Homepage of Digital Health Intelligence], [Online]. Available: Full Text [12/11/2015].

 

Ireland races to implement health IT.

Available: Full Text [12/18/2015].

 

STAVROPOULOU, C., DOHERTY, C. and TOSEY, P., 2015. How Effective Are Incident-Reporting Systems for Improving Patient Safety? A Systematic Literature Review. Milbank Quarterly, 93(4), pp. 826-866.

Available: Full Text

 

BOOTH, A. and CARROLL, C., 2015. How to build up the actionable knowledge base: the role of ‘best fit’ framework synthesis for studies of improvement in healthcare. BMJ Quality & Safety, 24(11), pp. 700-708.

Available: Full Text

Breaking free from the short-term, one-way, top-down system [Homepage of NHS Providers], [Online].

Available: Full Text [15 December 2015].

 

Closer to Critical? | The Health Foundation [Homepage of The Health Foundation and Nuffield Trust], [Online].

Available: Full Text [12/18/2015].

 

The habits of an improver | The Health Foundation.

Available: Full Text [12/18/2015].

 

Delivering Innovation through Research - Scottish Government Health and Social Care Research Strategy.

Available: Full Text [12/18/2015].

 

Consensus on quality | The Nuffield Trust.

Available: Full Text [12/18/2015].

VAN DEVENTER, C., MCINERNEY, P., COOKE,R., 2015. Patients’ involvement in improvement initiatives: a qualitative systematic review. The JBI Database of Systematic Reviews and Implementation Reports, 13(10),
Available: Full Text.

DHAVLE, A.A., RUPP, M.T., SOW, M. and LENGKONG, V., 2015. A Continuous Quality Improvement Initiative for Electronic Prescribing in Ambulatory Care. American Journal of Medical Quality, 30(6), pp. 598-600.

Available: Full Text

 

Improving the quality of orthotics services in England

NHS England - 19 November 2015 - Guidance - Publisher: NHS England’

Available: Full Text

 

An introduction to statistics for clinical audit and quality improvement.

Available: Full Text [12/22/2015].

 

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