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To make sure your voice is heard, MiP has joined an independent commission looking at how the devolution of health and care services to city regions might work.

20 December 2019 | By MiP
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Liverpool University Hospitals Foundation Trust chief executive Simon Warburton

The creation of Liverpool’s new ‘mega-trust’ is an important part of the city’s regeneration, and central to moves to get public services working together. Matt Ross spoke to the trust’s new boss, Steve Warburton

19 December 2019 | By Matt Ross
Interview
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English currency in notes and coins

02 November 2019 | By MiP
News
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Our members’ survey found widespread fear and confusion about plans to restrict exit payments for NHS staff. That’s why MiP is asking the government to think again.

19 July 2019 | By Mercedes Broadbemt
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NHS England chief executive Simon Stevens speaking at a conference

NHS England and NHS Improvement published their consultation document on the effective merger of the two organisations on 16 July. Here’s MiP’s response and advice to members who may be affected by the re-organisation.

17 July 2019 | By MiP
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Despite recent tax changes and legal doubts hanging over improvements to the scheme, the NHS pension scheme remains one of the best on offer. MiP reports on recent developments, and explains how to keep your retirement plans on track.

15 May 2019 | By Alison Moore
Feature
Greater Manchester health and care chief Jon Rouse
Leeds: the city will host MiP's North Summit on 12 June

30 April 2019 | By Craig Ryan
News
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Working in healthcare can be emotionally exhausting, even occasionally traumatic, but many staff don’t get the chance to deal with the emotional burden of their work, Summit delegates attending a Management Life workshop heard.

14 November 2018 | By Alison Moore
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Tony Spotiswood, chief executive, Royal Bournemouth and Christchurch Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Bournemouth and Christchurch trust has the best staff survey results in England, and ambitious reform plans agreed with partners across Dorset. But getting here has required more than good management, chief executive Tony Spotswood tells MiP

04 October 2018 | By Matt Ross
Interview
Dido Harding, the new chair of NHS Improvement, has called for an end to the "heads on spikes" approach to managing NHS failures.

The Fit and Proper Person Test causes confusion and sometimes trepidation among many NHS managers. We explain how it works and examine options for reform.

12 September 2018 | By Alison Moore
Feature
Henrietta Hughes

NHS guardians have a tricky but powerful role in tackling poor care and boosting staff engagement. National Guardian Henrietta Hughes speaks to Healthcare Manager.

20 August 2018 | By Matt Ross
Interview
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English currency in notes and coins

With ACSs blending into ICSs, and ACOs in hot water, we look at what’s cooking for the NHS in England.

19 April 2018 | By Anna Charles
Analysis & opinion

The NHS pay deal brought an end to seven years of pay misery – but came with a sting in the tail for some MiP members

28 March 2018 | By MiP
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