Change is in the air…again. I’ve just come back from a week half term (a post Brexit/school half term/poor exchange rate/limited hols to Northumberland since you ask) to find that Mr Stevens has announced a radical re-shift in the way that health and social care will be delivered.
Insights from City and Hackney GP Confederation Engagement event
Last Wednesday on the 23rd November both myself and Divia Mattoo attended the event on building a GP federation from initial engagement to collaboration and, following in the footsteps of City and Hackney, to an organisation with £11 million in turnover.
Even when political, social, psychological and technological conditions are favorable, implementation of eHealth can be quite a challenge. In the Netherlands we have never had a Minister of Health who so vehemently supported the use of information and communication technology to improve health and health care as the current minister, Edith Schippers
Engagement to effectively support nurse recruitment and retention
Nurses have had a hard time as of late. Pay freezes, long and intensive shifts, and a perceived lack of opportunity have all contributed to a shortfall in staff, rock-bottom morale, and a crisis that Royal College of Nursing Director, Paul Vaughn has called a ‘ticking timebomb’.
Health and social care integration needs e-intelligence amongst the frenzy of change
When times are tough being emotionally intelligent as well as task focussed becomes even more important. Times are certainly tough now for those working within public services and the government has promised that it is going to get tougher
Speech at The House of Lords by Andrew Corbett-Nolan, Chief Executive, GGI
On Thursday the 26th of February, 2015 GGI hosted a special tea reception in the Attlee Room at the House of Lords that was generously sponsored by The Baroness Barker and saw Chief Finance Officer of Tunstall Healthcare UK, Simon Arnold discuss technology enabled care services and their role within the NHS.