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  • Weekend news round-up 16.10.17

    Landmark case could save NHS trusts millions in business rates – LGP Plus End to EU healthcare arrangements ‘could cost NHS extra £500m’ – Public Finance ‘Officers can spend thousands more hours out in the community’ – inside Manchester police’s mobile revolution – Public Technology Javid and Hunt threaten 32 councils with funding cuts – […]

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  • Weekend news round-up 09.10.17

    NHS push to recruit domiciliary staff ‘threatens wider care system’ – LGC Plus NHS clinical negligence claims ‘one of government’s biggest liabilities’ – Public Finance UK among 32 signatory countries to Tallinn eGovernment Declaration – Public Technology Country’s largest NHS trust to deploy digital patient feedback system – Public Technology Exclusive: One in five practices […]

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  • Why engagement needs to be vastly improved in the public sector

    There seemss to be a current trend for words such as ‘collaboration’, partnerships, ‘participation’ and ‘involvement’ but they all have a commonality. They can’t be achieved in isolation and they require engagement.

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  • Weekend public sector news round-up 02.10.17

    Sheffield NHS trust ICT chief: ‘WannaCry was opportunistic; a concerted attack is what keeps me awake at night’ – Public Technology Minister admits Brexit will pile pressure on NHS – Public Finance Over a quarter of GP partners fear their practice may close within five years – GP Online GP practice-based financial advisers secure extra […]

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  • What does a ‘good’ health service look like?

    I recently worked with a group developing a New Model of Care, discussing what ‘good’ looks like. “How will NHS England know we are good at what we do?” was the main topic of the debate, to which I added “how will the patients and wider stakeholders, which includes all service providers e.g. general practice, […]

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  • Weekend public sector news round-up 25.09.17

    Here’s the latest round up of public sector news from the weekend: Public sector borrowing soars by £2bn in one year, ONS finds – Public Sector Executive Borrowing in the public sector was £2bn higher in June than it was at the same time last year, figures released by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) […]

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  • Weekend public sector news round-up 18.09.17

    Council DTOC reduction targets ‘counterproductive’ to easing pressure on NHS – LGC Plus John Sinnott: Care systems must be truly accountable – LGC Plus GMB highlights 1 million public sector jobs lost since 2010 – Public Finance Civil service’s major barriers to tech adoption refusing to budge, report finds – Public Technology BMA predicts £3.4bn […]

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  • Weekend public sector news round-up 11.09.17

    Ministers poised to lift pay cap for police and prison officers – Public Finance Most hospitals still reliant on hundreds of pagers – Public Technology DWP offers £120k for operations digital director – Public Technology Almost every GP practice in Kent town applies for list closure – GP Online Heavy handed’ NHS England forces CCG […]

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  • Why change is constant in pursuit of our goals

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    You are chief executive of your own business! Whether you accept this is a different matter; however, we are all in charge of our own destiny. If you don’t like your work, don’t like your outcomes, are not enjoying life, nobody can fix that for you, you have to be willing to fix it for […]

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  • The latest weekend news round-up 04.09.17

    NHS ‘needs £350m cash boost to ensure patient safety this winter’ – Public Finance GPs renew call to end NHS pay cap amid budget speculation – GP Online Dr Chris Mimnagh: The NHS needs big solutions to the wider problems it faces – GP Online GPs call for investigation into ‘misleading’ private appointments ads – […]

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