News round-ups

  • Is there a new NHS villain hogging the limelight?

    When it comes to pressures on the NHS, Jeremy Hunt is often cited as the villain. But last week there was another infamous figure in the frame. Move over Jeremy, the latest villain in this story is non other than Peppa Pig. Already terrorising the sanity of parents around the country, she’s now being accused […]

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  • Weekend public sector news round-up – 18.12.17

    Here’s some of the latest public sector news headlines, blogs and updates from the weekend: Most GPs say financial security of their practice has fallen in the past year – GP Online Two thirds of GP partners in England say their practice feels less financially secure now than 12 months ago, suggesting most are yet […]

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  • Weekend public sector news round-up – 11.12.17

    Here’s some of the latest public sector news headlines, blogs and updates from the weekend: Will recruiting GPs from overseas help tackle the workforce crisis? – GP Online NHS England plans to recruit 2,000 overseas GPs by 2020, but how has the scheme worked in pilot areas and will it make a difference to overstretched practices? […]

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  • Weekend public sector news round-up – 04.12.17

    Here’s some of the latest public sector news headlines, blogs and updates from the weekend: Scottish GP leaders vote in favour on key aspect of new contract – Pulse Today The majority of GP representatives attending a special LMCs conference think that the new Scottish GP contract addresses the key issues of sustainable funding, reduced […]

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  • Weekend public sector news round-up – 12.11.17

    Here’s some of the latest public sector news headlines from the weekend: Warnings that 60% of council tax to be spent on social care by 2020 – local.gov Town hall chiefs have warned that by 2020, nearly 60p in every £1 of council tax will be spend on caring for adults and children by 2020, […]

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  • Guest blog: A leader leads by example, whether he intends to or not

    I happened to catch an article last week, which served as a timely reminder of the quote above. Applied to my work, this is something I find myself talking about a lot, particularly in the GP Federations and Super Practices we support.  However, this relates to all my work, whether it’s hubs of 30,000 to 50,000, […]

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  • Weekend news round-up 23.10.17

    Five million public sector workers paid less than private sector counterparts – Public Sector Executive Burnham in bid to pilot social care wealth tax – LGC Plus Overseas patient charges could leave GPs swamped as last bastion of free NHS – GP Online GPs have ‘chosen’ ten-minute consultations, claims NHS England lead – Pulse Today […]

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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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