The union for health and care managers
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
Manchester’s Health and Social Care Partnership is blazing a trail for integrated services. Its chief officer Jon Rouse tells MiP about the most complex and enjoyable job of his life
MiP welcomes the Kark Review of the Fit and Proper Person Test (FPPT), as we believe that reform of the FPPT is long-overdue.
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
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.
NHS guardians have a tricky but powerful role in tackling poor care and boosting staff engagement. National Guardian Henrietta Hughes speaks to Healthcare Manager.
Dean Royles, director of HR and organisational development at Leeds Teaching Hospitals, calls for a more streamlined system to run the NHS in England.
Managers face an unenviable task in balancing financial targets against their duty of care to patients. But just how clear are our statutory responsibilities?
What the Conservative manifesto offered… and what we might get.
Far from “taking back control”, Brexit has plunged the NHS into a period of radical uncertainty, with unpredictable consequences for funding, staffing and research.
Barts Health, England’s largest trust, comes with financial and quality troubles to match. Its chief executive talks about turning round the NHS’s stricken supertanker.
Our legal advisers explore the implications for healthcare managers of the Maidstone corporate manslaughter case.
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