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Could holding the NHS dear be stifling innovation?

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Jo Bibby 08 May 2014
A few weeks ago I attended the annual conference of the International Partnership in Innovation in Healthcare Delivery. The conference brought together over 30 entrepreneurs meeting the health care ne...
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Does the system put patients first?

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Lucy Morgan 06 May 2014
I recently lost both of my parents in less than three weeks. Both had had long-term illnesses so we’d had lots of experience of the care that the NHS can offer – of the excellent staf...
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Piercing the illusion

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Jennifer Dixon 30 April 2014
Probably most of us think we are doing a good job. We have the right experience, attitudes, values, knowledge, character. We go to work every day. We make progress. We do good. Or so we think. But ho...
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Twelve tips for measuring improvement

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Tom Woodcock 30 April 2014
Understanding what works to improve health care is vital in order to share and spread success and to ensure we learn from our mistakes. These tips will help you embed effective measurement into your p...
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Data and patient safety – are we asking the right questions?

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John Illingworth 29 April 2014
It’s been quite a year in patient safety policy. We have seen: Don Berwick conclude a review of patient safety in England recommending the use of  local measures to act as ‘early w...
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