Strategy and Transformation- February 2015

Table of Contents

Key Reports. 2

General Management 2

Frail Elderly Care 3

Acute Care Re-design. 3

Seven Day Working. 3

Surgical Reconfiguration. 4

Quality, Innovation, Productivity and Prevention [QIPP] 4

Sources. 4

Good Hope, Heartlands and Solihull Libraries. 5

 

 

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Key Reports

BAKER, C. NHS Indicators, February 2015 - Commons Library Research Paper - UK Parliament [Homepage of UK Parliament], [Online]. Available: Full Text [2/23/2015]

 

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH, 2015

Winterbourne View: transforming care two years on.

Full Text

 

GERSHLICK, B., CHARLESWORTH, A. and TAYLOR, E. Public attitudes to the NHS - Health Foundation [Homepage of Health Foundation], [Online].

Full Text

 

HAM, C., BROWN, A. The future is now [Homepage of Kings Fund], [Online].

Full Text [2/12/2015]

 

HAM, C., BAIRD, B. and GREGORY, S. The King’s Fund, 2015.

The NHS under the coalition government: Part one NHS Reform.

Full Text

 

Infographic: Accelerating change in the NHS and what national bodies can do to help - Health Foundation [Homepage of Health Foundation], [Online]

Full Text [2/26/2015]

 

Population health systems: Going beyond integrated care.

Full Text

 

SARGENT, V., 2015

Redesigning health and social care: challenges and opportunities from an IT and digital perspective.

Full Text

General Management

AHRQ, 2015

New AHRQ Funding Seeks To Expand Evidence Base on Health IT System Safety

Full Text

ANDREWS, T. Is the lead provider framework a market saviour or too little, too late? | Opinion | Health Service Journal [Homepage of Health Service Journal], [Online].

Full Text [2/12/2015]

 

APPEL, L., ABRAMS, H. and MORRA, D., 2015

Put a face to a name: a randomized controlled trial

evaluating the impact of providing clinician photographs on inpatients' recall.

American Journal of Medicine, 128 (1) pp.82-9.

Full Text

 

BARNES, S. Trusts should employ whistleblower ‘guardians’, Francis says | News | Health Service Journal [Homepage of Health Service Journal], [Online].

Full Text [2/11/2015]

 

BIBBY, J. What next for Francis’s culture of safety? Six steps to start - Health Foundation [Homepage of Health Foundation], [Online].

Full Text [2/12/2015]

 

CHARLESWORTH, A. The Health Foundation, 2015

NHS finances: the challenge all political parties need to face

Full Text

 

DIXON, J. The Health Foundation, 2015

How the Health Foundation is supporting the NHS in 2015

Full Text

 

DIXON-WOODS, P. Connecting the blunt end to the sharp end: harnessing our national system for positive change - Health Foundation [Homepage of Health Foundation], [Online]. Available:

Full Text [2/26/2015]

 

GOESCHEL, PRONOVOST, P. and BREWSTER, L. Safer Clinical Systems: evaluation findings [Homepage of Health Foundation], [Online].

Full Text [2/23/2015]

 

Great Britain, Commons Select Committee, 2015

Financial sustainability of NHS bodies report published

Full Text

 

HANSSON, E., EKMAN, I. and SWEDBERG, K. 2015. European Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing, Jan 16. [Epub ahead of print]

Person-centred care for patients with chronic heart failure - a cost-utility analysis.

 

HARRIS, C., 2015

Search for efficiency savings continues.

Health Estate Journal, 69 (1), pp. 52-55.

 

Health Education England » Health Education England projects improve safety and patient care [Homepage of Health Education England], [Online].  

Full Text [2/23/2015]

 

Health Foundation’s reaction to government’s report in response to Francis Inquiry - Health Foundation [Homepage of Health Foundation], [Online].

Full Text [2/12/2015]

 

 

 

 

THE HEALTH FOUNDATION, 2015

Health Foundation report reveals how crucial lessons from aviation, mining and nuclear power industries could help the NHS

Full Text

 

THE HEALTH FOUNDATION, 2015

Health Foundation response to Public Accounts Committee report on financial sustainability of NHS bodies

Full Text

 

THE HEALTH FOUNDATION, 2015

Safer Clinical Systems: evaluation summary and analysis

 

How can the NHS become better at change? - Health Foundation [Homepage of Health Foundation], [Online]. Available:

Full Text [2/26/2015]

 

 

IHRIG, M., MACMILLAN, I. , 2015

Managing your mission-critical knowledge.

Harvard Business Review, 93 (1/2) pp. 80-87.

Full Text

 

LINTERN, S. CQC could become enforcer of ‘zero harm’

rules | News | Health Service Journal

[Homepage of Health Service Journal], [Online]

Full Text [2/23/2015]

 

MANNION, R., DAVIES, H. and FREEMAN, T., 2015

 

Overseeing oversight: governance of quality and safety by

hospital boards in the English NHS.

Journal of Health Services Research & Policy, 20

(1 Suppl.) pp. 9-16.

 

NHS ENGLAND

Integrated Care and Support Pioneer Programme

Annual Report 2014

Full Text

 

PEDEN, C Prof. Giving staff headspace is key to making

change happen - Health Foundation [Homepage of Health Foundation],

[Online]. Available:

Full Text [2/26/2015]

 

PEREIRA, P. The Health Foundation, 2015

What does it really take to improve patient safety?

Full Text

 

STUBS, E. CIVITAS., 2015

A season of major incidents: what is really causing

The A & E crisis this winter?

Full Text

 

SWEENEY, E., 2014

Systemwide Transformations that Improve

Healthcare Quality and Efficiency

Full Text

 

TRIVEDI, S., 2015

Tech belongs in the NHS boardroom.

The Health Service Journal, 125 (6430), pp. 24-25.

Frail Elderly

NHS England 2015

Using case finding and risk stratification: A key service

Component for personalised care and support planning

Full Text

Acute Care Re-design

AGENCY FOR HEALTHCARE RESEARCH AND QUALITY.2014

Improving Care Delivery through Lean: Implementation Case Studies

 

CHOKSHI, D.A., NIRAV, R. and SHAH, N.R., 2014. Redesigning the regulatory framework for ambulatory care services in New York.

The Milbank Quarterly 92 (4), pp. 776-795.

 

DOWLER, C. Complex governance questions remain over Manchester devolution plan | News | Health Service Journal [Homepage of Health Service Journal], [Online]

Full Text [2/26/2015]

 

GARNER, A., CAHILL, M. and HOLT, V. Non-clinical navigators can ease pressures in A&E | Resource centre | Health Service Journal [Homepage of Health Service Journal], [Online]. Available:

Full Text [2/24/2015]

 

THE HEALTH FOUNDATION, 2015

How to help health care flow around winter pressures.

Full Text

 

Redesigning health and social care: challenges and opportunities from an IT and digital perspective Socitm, 30 January 2015

Full Text

 

Reducing Non-Urgent Emergency Services | AHRQ Health Care Innovations Exchange.

Full Text [2/11/2015]

 

RENAUD-KOMIYA, R. Monitor to road test payment systems for new care models | News | Health Service Journal [Homepage of Health Service Journal], [Online].

Full Text [2/23/2015]

 

WILLIAMS, D. Greater Manchester aims to be new care models 'trailblazer' | News | Health Service Journal [Homepage of Health Service Journal], [Online]

Full Text [2/26/2015]

Seven Day Working

Exclusive: Consultants' leader calls for 'sensible' seven day working proposals | News | Health Service Journal.

Full Text [2/26/2015]

 

Leicester to pilot extended GP opening hours | HSJ Local | Health Service Journal. Available:

Full Text [2/26/2015]

 

LINTERN, S. Consultants' leader calls for 'sensible' seven day working proposals | News | Health Service Journal [Homepage of Health Service Journal]

Full Text [2/3/2015]

 

Trust chiefs speak: How to tackle winter pressures and election turbulence | Hospital Transformation | Health Service Journal.

Full Text [2/26/2015]

 

WELIKALA, J. CCGs to use primary care powers to develop new care models | News | Health Service Journal [Homepage of Health Service Journal], [Online].

Full Text [2/26/2015]

Surgical Reconfiguration

LINTERN, S. Stafford Hospital inpatient surgery transferred | HSJ Local | Health Service Journal [Homepage of Health Service Journal], [Online].

Full Text [2/11/2015]

Quality, Innovation, Productivity and Prevention [QIPP]

DAVIDOFF, F., SORBERO, M.E. and SCHNEIDER, E.C., 2015. Demystifying theory and its use in improvement. Project JOINTS: what factors affect bundle adoption in a voluntary quality improvement campaign? BMJ Quality & Safety, 24 (1) pp. 38-47.

Full Text

 

 

SMITH, P., ARITI, C. and BARDSLEY, M., 2015.

Focus on: Hospital admissions from care homes

The latest QualityWatch analysis explores how care home residents use hospital services, and how this can prompt improvement in the way care is provided.

Full Text

HOWELL, V., O'LEARY, J.D. and MC DONNELL, C., 2015. The effect of the SQUIRE (Standards of QUality Improvement Reporting Excellence) guidelines on reporting standards in the quality improvement literature: a before-and-after study BMJ Quality & Safety, Feb 12. [Epub ahead of print]
Full Text

LEGGAT, S.G., BAMBER, G.J. and SOHAL, A.S. 2015. Have process redesign methods, such as Lean, been successful in changing care delivery in hospitals? A systematic review Public Money & Management, 35(2), pp. 161-168.

Full Text

 

RICHARDSON, C., MCKENNA, D.and WILLS, C. Engage clinical NHS staff using mobile technology | Resource centre | Health Service Journal [Homepage of Health Service Journal], [Online].

Full Text [2/24/2015]

 

SHELLEY, M. Watch and learn: what the NHS has got to learn from other industries | Resource centre | Health Service Journal [Homepage of Health Service Journal], [Online].

Full Text [2/24/2015]

 

STAINES A., THOR J. and ROBERT, G., 2015.

Sustaining improvement? The 20-year Jönköping quality improvement program revisited.

Quality Management in Health Care, 24 (1) pp. 21-37.

 

WILLIAMS, D. Technology and innovation: using virtual clinic follow-up for joint replacement patients - Health Foundation [Homepage of Health Foundation], [Online].

Full Text [2/11/2015]

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