Tagged: QIPP

Sharing resources and ‘holding the faith’

John Wilderspin

In a climate of financial uncertainty, it is tempting to reduce collaboration for fear of losing control over resources but, as John Wilderspin argues, health and wellbeing boards must work creatively and collaboratively to avoid these pitfalls. News is dominated … Read more → – Sharing resources and ‘holding the faith’

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Sharing practical data between clinicians and finance managers

Dr Mahmood Adil, National QIPP Advisor, is working with NHS colleagues to develop ways of building clinical and financial engagement in support of QIPP. Looking at the relationship between cost and quality, Mahmood is exploring how these professional groups can … Read more → – Sharing practical data between clinicians and finance managers

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Co-creating value-based healthcare

Dr Mahmood Adil looks at the move from quantity to quality of services and talks about how value-based healthcare will be the key focus in the future. To me the economic downturn is an opportunity not a threat. The NHS … Read more → – Co-creating value-based healthcare

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Looking for examples of good practice of clinical and finance engagement

The NHS is looking to deliver annual efficiency savings of up to £20bn by 2014/15. As a National Adviser on QIPP, Mahmood Adil is looking to build a collaborative relationship between clinicians and finance managers to improve quality and efficiency. … Read more → – Looking for examples of good practice of clinical and finance engagement

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Don’t miss out – more Long Term Conditions support is coming to your region!

The Long Term Conditions (LTC) QIPP workstream is driving forward changes to improve patient care and all emerging clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) have the opportunity to become members of the LTC operational phase. For more information please visit the LTC … Read more → – Don’t miss out – more Long Term Conditions support is coming to your region!

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