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Courageous, system-wide change is the only way to stem increasing demand for medical care and meet the needs of today’s population.

24 May 2019 | By Sophia Christie
The Sharp End
UNISON head of health Sara Gorton speaks in the debate, which was chaired by Channel 4's Victoria Macdonald

A panel of health and care leaders have pinpointed the biggest Brexit risks - and condemned the government's inaction

11 January 2019 | By Matt Ross
Feature

The government's 70th birthday funding settlement brings some welcome relief for struggling NHS services, but leaves many tough questions unresolved.

05 July 2018 | By Craig Ryan
Analysis & opinion
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The NHS can find the money it needs by investing in leadership and technology – and trusting staff to root out waste.

20 March 2018 | By Umesh Prabhu
Analysis & opinion

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.

01 December 2017 | By Craig Ryan
Analysis & opinion
Jon Restell in discussion with NHS England chief executive Simon Stevens at the MiP Members' Summit in October 2017.

The last month has shown me once again that managers are impressive, stand-out people, writes Jon Restell. They are managing in a system under intense pressure, without the money to keep up with demand, while facing huge workforce challenges.

01 December 2017 | By Jon Restell
Leading Edge

23 November 2017 | By Craig Ryan
News
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03 November 2017 | By MiP
News
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Managers face an unenviable task in balancing financial targets against their duty of care to patients. But just how clear are our statutory responsibilities?

22 September 2017 | By Jon Restell
Leading Edge

As part of our NHS funding campaign, we're asking MiP members to talk about their personal experiences of managing NHS services under financial pressure.

19 September 2017 | By Craig Ryan
Feature
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One senior manager says the SNP government deserves credit for its realistic and supportive approach to reforming Scotland’s NHS.

05 July 2017 | By Anonymous
The Sharp End
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With the economy growing more slowly than healthcare demand, the government will have to find more money to maintain services and end the pay cap.

25 June 2017 | By Jon Restell
Leading Edge
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Following the inconclusive 2017 general election result, here are MiP’s challenges to the new government – however long it lasts.

22 June 2017 | By Jon Restell
Feature
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What the Conservative manifesto offered… and what we might get.

22 June 2017 | By Craig Ryan
Analysis & opinion
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The shock election result puts the NHS back in the thick of the political battleground. Anything could happen – but here’s ten things to look out for.

22 June 2017 | By Craig Ryan
Analysis & opinion
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Far from “taking back control”, Brexit has plunged the NHS into a period of radical uncertainty, with unpredictable consequences for funding, staffing and research.

15 September 2016 | By Crag Ryan
Analysis & opinion

With disintegrating community support and ever tighter funding, mental health services are on their knees. Barnet’s Maria Kane tells us how she keeps the show on the road.

16 June 2016 | By Alison Moore
Interview
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The promised transformation of mental health services won’t materialise without proper funding and serious attention to the health and wellbeing of our staff.

08 June 2016 | By Sir Simon Wessely
Analysis & opinion
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