The union for health and care managers
Whoever forms the next government, MiP will be unafraid to speak up for the core principles of the NHS and public service.
Too often, debates on NHS management focus on picking out the 'bad apples'. Instead, we should improve the health of the whole orchard.
The NHS Long Term Plan is full of good intentions but fails to give health and care managers the tools they need to finish the job.
The good intentions in the Long Term Plan will come to nothing if the government doesn't give the NHS workforce the attention it needs.
Our job is about more than ensuring fair play once decisions have been taken, we need to influence the big decisions themselves.
The government's 70th birthday funding settlement brings some welcome relief for struggling NHS services, but leaves many tough questions unresolved.
With ACSs blending into ICSs, and ACOs in hot water, we look at what’s cooking for the NHS in England.
Outsiders would expect leadership to be one of the highest national priorities in health and care. But they would be wrong.
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.
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