NEWS Fri 24 Apr 2015
MiP chief executive Jon Restell hits back at manager-bashing
Few people would survive the Daily Mail treatment and it deserves a push back on the way it distorts basic facts about managers’ pay in the NHS. The real problem is the politicisation of NHS managerial pay and the high levels of board vacancies. Jon Restell writes in the HSJ
MEDIA CENTRE Mon 20 Apr 2015
MiP chief executive Jon Restell debunks the myths in today’s Daily Mail
'The Daily Mail campaign fails to highlight the main problem with NHS boardroom pay, which is the 20% vacancy rate in important jobs on hospital boards and the widespread use of expensive interim managers to plug gaps.'
MiP BLOG Fri 17 Apr 2015
Jon Restell talks about MiP’s campaign for respect for NHS managers
I love the NHS. I love what it stands for in society and the world. I love its staff. I love the public who support it and the politicians who fund it. Most of all I love the managers who work as hard as anyone to keep the NHS show on the road and I love speaking up for them.
NEWS Thu 16 Apr 2015
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NEWS Sun 12 Apr 2015
Politicians are making plenty of promises - what is the reality?
As we gear up for the general election, we expect more unfair attacks on NHS managers. MiP won't stand by and let this go unchallenged. Our HSJ-MiP management mythbuster and MiP briefing on NHS managers and the general election debunk the myths and set out the facts and figures.
NEWS Tue 31 Mar 2015
Andy Cowper introduces the second stage of HSJ/MiP's Respect for NHS Managers campaign, in which we tackle head on myths about managers' role, number, visibility, accountability and pay
As the general election campaign gets underway we hold politicians to account - from the prime minister down - for what they say about NHS managers. Today's mythbuster follows on from December's letter from clinical, charity and patients leaders, calling on politicians to treat NHS managers fairly
NEWS Fri 27 Mar 2015
The good news is most staff get 1% - the bad news is that excludes most managers in England
The pay awards for 2015-16 NHS staff in England, Scotland and Wales have been announced. NHS managers and other senior staff in England have been singled out for unfair treatment compared to NHS colleagues and other public sector staff. MiP’s guidance note shows how the settlement for England affects managers and outlines our next steps
NEWS Tue 24 Mar 2015
How to empower patients through high quality health information and support
Managers need practical ways to make health information more usable and patient-led. The Patient Information Forum’s 10th annual conference, taking place in London on Wednesday 1 July 2015, will help.