Strategy and Transformation- May 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

 

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH. Planning and redesign of adult acute mental health services - Publications - GOV.UK [Homepage of Department of Health], [Online]

Full Text [5/20/2015]

 

Health and social care: three priorities for the new government | The King's Fund.

Full Text [5/15/2015]

 

The practice of system leadership | The King's Fund [Homepage of The King's Fund], [Online]

Full Text [5/20/2015]

General Management

 

BRITISH ASSOCIATION OF DERMATOLOGISTS, , How can dermatology services meet current and future patient needs while ensuring that quality of care is not compromised and that access is equitable across the UK? [Homepage of British Association of Dermatologists], [Online]

Full Text [April, 2015]

 

BARNES, S. Tariff proposal threatens delayed discharge schemes | News | Health Service Journal [Homepage of Health Service Journal], [Online]

Full Text [5/1/2015]

 

CCGs' role is being questioned from all directions | Leader | Health Service Journal.

Full Text [4/24/2015]

 

HARDING, J. Given the opportunity, what would I say to the new Secretary of State for Health? - Health Foundation [Homepage of Health Foundation], [Online].

Full Text [5/1/2015]

 

HAZELL, W. Executive Summary: Vanguard opens up new front | News | Health Service Journal [Homepage of Health Service Journal], [Online]

Full Text [5/21/2015]

 

LAWSON, D. Explained: The legal challenges to CCG decision making | Resource centre | Health Service Journal [Homepage of Health Service Journal], [Online]

Full Text [5/1/2015]

 

LINTERN. S.  Exclusive: Trusts struggle to achieve weekend standards during weekdays | News | Health Service Journal [Homepage of Health Service Journal], [Online]. Available:

Full Text [5/5/2015]

 

MCLLELAN, A. David Cameron’s second attempt to reform the NHS will be built on firmer foundations | Leader | Health Service Journal [Homepage of Health Service Journal], [Online]

Full Text [5/11/2015]

 

MORGAN, B. Balancing the books while keeping services safe is hard but necessary | Opinion | Health Service Journal [Homepage of Health Service Journal], [Online]

Full Text [5/20/2015]

 

SECCOMBE, I. The election, the result - but what does the future hold for integrated services? - Health Foundation [Homepage of Health Service Journal], [Online]. Available:

Full Text [5/15/2015]

 

SIEFF, A. Realising the Value - Health Foundation [Homepage of Health Service Journal], [Online]. Available:

Full Text [5/13/2015]

 

STEGGLES, N. Streamlining inpatient processes can reduce discharge times | Hospital Transformation | Health Service Journal [Homepage of Health Service Journal], [Online]

Full Text [5/11/2015]

 

TAUNT, R. Learning our lesson: England’s place in the health improvement world - Health Foundation [Homepage of Health Foundation], [Online]

Full Text [5/8/2015]

 

TAUNT, R. What do we know today we didn’t yesterday? - Health Foundation [Homepage of Health Foundation], [Online]

Full Text [5/11/2015]

 

TAYLOR, K. The future of the NHS – Mirror, mirror on the wall whose are the safest hands of all? - Thoughts from the Centre [Homepage of Deloitte], [Online]

Full Text [5/8/2015]

 

THORPE, G. Clinical governance: The formula for a safer hospital | Resource centre | Health Service Journal [Homepage of Health Service Journal], [Online]

Full Text [5/20/2015]

 

WEST, D. Exclusive: Concern in NHS England over Hunt's CCG 'points' rating system | News | Health Service Journal [Homepage of Health Service Journal], [Online]

Full Text [5/1/2015]

 

Workforce planning in the NHS | The King's Fund [Homepage of The King's Fund], [Online].

Full Text [5/1/2015]

 

 

 

 

Frail Elderly

 

Caring into later life: the growing pressures on older

carers| Latest news | Age UK [Homepage of Age UK],

[Online]

Full Text [5/1/2015]

 

NHS CROYDON CLINICAL COMMISSIONING GROUP. , Providers for £1.8bn elderly care contract named | HSJ Local | Health

Service Journal [Homepage of Health Service Journal],

[Online].

Full Text [5/20/2015]

 

SCHULTZ, J.S., ANDRÉ, B. and SJØVOLD, E.,

2015. Demystifying eldercare: Managing and innovating

from a public-entity's perspective

International Journal of Healthcare Management,

8(1), pp. 42-57.

Full Text

 

Acute Care Re-design

 

DORLING, G., SURESH, B., MCKENNA, S. Backed by facts: Integrated care is king | Hospital Transformation | Health Service Journal [Homepage of Health Service Journal], [Online]

Full Text [5/20/2015]

 

Emergency Care Summit - McKinsey Perspective 2015 [Homepage of Health Service Journal], [Online]

Full Text [May, 2015]

 

IMISON, C., SONOLA, L., HONEYMAN, M., ROSS, S. and EDWARDS, N., 2015. Insights from the clinical assurance of service reconfiguration in the NHS: the drivers of reconfiguration and the evidence that underpins it – a mixed-methods study Health Services and Delivery Research, 3(9), pp. 1-154.

Full Text

 

MAHONY, C. The NHS must consider the negative impacts of new care models | Resource centre | Health Service Journal [Homepage of Health Service Journal], [Online].  

Full Text [5/12/2015]

 

RENAUD-KOMIYA, N. NEW Devon tenders £67m ‘integrated’ urgent care contract | HSJ Local | Health Service Journal [Homepage of Health Service Journal], [Online]

Full Text [5/1/2015]

 

RENAUD-KOMIYA, N. Southampton fears extra pressure over neighbour’s maternity reconfiguration | HSJ Local | Health Service Journal [Homepage of Health Service Journal], [Online]. Available:

Full Text [5/1/2015]

 

RENAUD-KOMIYA, N. Tax barriers and staff opposition deter trusts from becoming mutual

 | News | Health Service Journal [Homepage of Health Service Journal], [Online]

Full Text [5/21/2015]

 

RENAUD-KOMIYA, N. Trust pilot to ‘push boundaries’ on road to staff ownership | HSJ Local | Health Service Journal [Homepage of Health Service Journal], [Online]

Full Text [5/21/2015]

 

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

Full Text [5/20/2015]

 

RUTTER, K.  A&E challenges will only be met if we change our workforce models | Hospital Transformation | Health Service Journal [Homepage of Health Service Journal], [Online]

Full Text [5/11/2015]

 

TAYLOR, J. Nurture a revamp of maternity services to transform care [Homepage of Health Service Journal], [Online]

Full Text [5/13/2015]

 

Seven Day Working

 

BARNES, S. Stevens: Seven day services need 'disciplined phasing' | News | Health Service Journal [Homepage of Health Service Journal], [Online]

Full Text [5/20/2015]

 

Delivering seven day services: six early questions - NHS Providers.

Full Text [5/20/2015]

 

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH. Seven-day a week NHS: Prime Minister's visit and speech - Press releases - GOV.UK [Homepage of Department of Health], [Online]

Full Text [5/20/2015]

 

Nuffield Trust responds to Government’s 'seven-day NHS' plans | The Nuffield Trust [Homepage of Nuffield Trust], [Online]

Full Text [5/20/2015]

 

Seven-day NHS: healthcare professionals on whether it's possible | Healthcare Professionals Network | The Guardian.

Full Text [5/20/2015]

 

 

Surgical Reconfiguration

DALTON, J., CHAMBERS, D., HARDEN, M., STREET, A., PARKER, G. and EASTWOOD, A., 2015. Service user engagement and health service reconfiguration: a rapid evidence synthesis Health Services and Delivery Research, 3(17), pp. 1 -106.

Full Text

 

Developing the perioperative medicine workforce will deliver a win-win service, says Dr Chris Carey - NHS Confederation.

Full Text [5/20/2015]

 

Getting It Right First Time (GIRFT) – A national review of adult elective orthopaedic services in England- British Orthopaedic Association [Homepage of British Orthopaedic Association], [Online]. Available:

Full Text [5/20/2015]

 

Quality, Innovation, Productivity and Prevention [QIPP]

 

ALLCOCK, C. From compliance to commitment: should the NHS look to the Danish on how to accelerate change and improvement? - Health Foundation [Homepage of Health Foundation], [Online]

Full Text [4/30/2015]

 

A tipping point in healthcare’s digital revolution? - Thoughts from the Centre [Homepage of Deloitte], [Online]

Full Text [5/1/2015]

 

CONSTABLE, A., , Six ways to harness the power of people and place to improve health care - Health Foundation [Homepage of Health Foundation], [Online]

Full Text [5/21/2015]

 

FOOTE, J. et al. Good for the hip pocket: The cost cutting project improving surgery | Resource centre | Health Service Journal [Homepage of Health Service Journal], [Online]. Available:

Full Text [5/15/2015]

 

MARUTHAPPU, M. How NHS can combine innovation like Formula One | Resource centre | Health Service Journal [Homepage of Health Service Journal], [Online]

Full Text [5/21/2015]

 

MIDDLETON, K. Self-referral will help overcome the biggest challenges in primary care | Opinion | Health Service Journal [Homepage of Health Service Journal], [Online]. Available:

Full Text [5/1/2015]

 

SHEFFIELD TEACHING HOSPITALS NHS FOUNDATION TRUST. Developing a multidisciplinary medicines related model of working | Shared Learning | Local practice | NICE [Homepage of NICE], [Online]

Full Text [5/15/2015]

 

UNIVERSITY HOSPITALS OF LEICESTER NHS TRUST. Case Study UHL Meaningful activities May 2015 [Homepage of NHS Providers], [Online]

Full Text [5/15/2015]

 

WARBURTON, W. What can improvement contribute to solving the NHS productivity puzzle? - Health Foundation [Homepage of Health Service Journal], [Online]

Full Text [5/11/2015]

 

 

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