Why we are restructuring now

Why we are restructuring now

NHS reform is the problem, not the solution Posted in: Data, politics and policy, Health, Political ideologies, Public services, UK politics Tony Hockley is Director of the Policy Analysis Centre and a Visiting Senior Fellow in the LSE...
Why are we waiting

Why are we waiting

Institute for Public Policy Research report: NHS needs an additional £2.2bn a year until 2025/26 to tackle elective care backlogThe Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) highlight the significant backward step Covid-19 has caused for patient outcomes and the...
The NHS in March 10 years to wipe out waiting lists

The NHS in March 10 years to wipe out waiting lists

NHSE&I released statistics on referral to treatment (RTT) waiting times for elective care. Key finding include: Patients on the overall NHSE waiting list for 52 weeks or more rose from 224,205 in December to 304,044 in January, prior to the pandemic in February...
Digitisation and Digitalisation  of Cancer Research UK

Digitisation and Digitalisation of Cancer Research UK

Cancer Research UK has appointed Angela Morrison as chief operating officer and Richard Newsome as chief technology officer, as part of its restructure following the impact of COVID-19.  In the newly created chief operating officer role, Morrison will sit on...
Evaluation of Service Transformation needs greater thought

Evaluation of Service Transformation needs greater thought

Evaluation of service transformation needs more money, staff and focus. 1 March 2021 | Professor Mike Roberts There is a need to change how rapid service evaluation is funded, co-ordinated and delivered, not just during but beyond the pandemic to enable more effective...