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Matthew Kershaw reflects on provider readiness seminars

Matthew Kershaw, Director of Provider Delivery, has taken time out to share his reflections on a series of seminars which the Department has been running in partnership with NHS Confederation across the country to discuss provider readiness for the new … Read more → – Matthew Kershaw reflects on provider readiness seminars

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Social enterprise learning and networking event

‘The Right to Provide – learning from the Right to Request’ Following a series of successful learning events to support staff considering or already progressing with a proposal under the Right to Provide, the next event will be held on … Read more → – Social enterprise learning and networking event

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Developing the way providers of NHS services are paid

Monitor has published a report which sets out the opportunities for improving patient care by developing the way providers of NHS services are paid. It is the most comprehensive analysis of pricing in the NHS that has ever been done … Read more → – Developing the way providers of NHS services are paid

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Putting people first

Colleagues from a wide range of health and social care charities, voluntary sector organisations, along with commissioner and service provider representatives met on 27 February in London to discuss various approaches for ensuring people are put at the heart of … Read more → – Putting people first

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Opportunities in the new provider landscape

Tim Smart, Chief Executive of King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust explains why he believes changes in the healthcare system offer healthcare providers a real opportunity to do things differently. ‘I fundamentally believe that the foundation trust (FT) model is … Read more → – Opportunities in the new provider landscape

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