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With ACSs blending into ICSs, and ACOs in hot water, we look at what’s cooking for the NHS in England.
The NHS can find the money it needs by investing in leadership and technology – and trusting staff to root out waste.
The Chancellor's £2.8bn boost for the NHS is nowhere near enough to keep services running and meet the government's own policy priorities, MiP and other experts have warned. Craig Ryan reports.
MiP's first webinar for members examined how Sustainability and Transformation Partnerships will affect managers' working lives, and how MiP can support them through the process.
What the Conservative manifesto offered… and what we might get.
New Treasury proposals could cut NHS redundancy payments by thousands of pounds, but unions are pressing hard for better terms in negotiations.
Far from “taking back control”, Brexit has plunged the NHS into a period of radical uncertainty, with unpredictable consequences for funding, staffing and research.
The promised transformation of mental health services won’t materialise without proper funding and serious attention to the health and wellbeing of our staff.
Leadership may be exciting, but the unglamorous job of making things work is where the real action needs to be.
Healthcare management should be about more than meeting targets and cutting costs. Managers need to deliver services that strengthen their communities.
The government’s Trade Union Bill threatens to undermine partnership working in the NHS for little, if any, gain.
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