Michael Hallsworth and Hannah Burd, have produced an interesting report on the work the Behavioural Insight Team (BIT) is undertaking to help clinicians determine the best referral route, (in terms of waiting times), for their
Elisabeth Costa and Katy King from the Behavioural Insights Team (BIT) have written an article in support of the Government’s Consumer Green Paper, (published 11th April 2018), which explains how the Government, with the support
Elena Botelho and Kim Powell have produced an interesting extract for CAPX from their book, 'The CEO Next Door: The Four Behaviours That Transform Ordinary People Into World-Class Leaders', which looks at what makes a
The IHM in conjunction with NHS Elect is offering all our members the opportunity to expand your range of options for planning and undertaking a negotiation; provide simple, effective ways to prepare, and offer a
Piers Ford writing for HiMSS Europe Insights, looks at the impact the collaboration between the Royal Free NHS Foundation Trust and AI DeepMind Health has had on future technology development and data sharing. To read
Dame Ruth Carnall is our HealthChat guest for May. Possessing an immensely impressive CV of positions and accomplishments, is there anyone who understands better how the health service works and what it needs to flourish?
The Integrated Care Expo, presented by the Institute of Healthcare Management in partnership with 2020 Health, is a fresh, innovative and practical event to explore solutions to delivering integrated care. With short, punchy presentationsfrom a
The Institute of Healthcare Management (IHM) is delighted to formally launch a new report, authored by Roger Kline, on the subject of Diversity in the NHS. This is a much needed and practical report and
Thomas Curran and Andrew P Hill in a research article for Harvard Business Review ask if perfectionism might be behind the recent rise in serious mental illness amongst young people in Britain, Canada and America.
In January 2018 the House of Commons Health Committee published its long-awaited report into the Nursing Workforce 2017 – 2019. David A Munday, suggests in his thoughtful article that nurses have been “spectacularly failed” by
The Kerslake report into the Manchester Arena bombing was published 27th March 2018. Richard Speed, writing for The Register, has highlighted one aspect of this report – namely the “complete failure” of the National Mutual
On 20th March 2018 the 2018-19 mandate for the NHS in England was published. The mandate sets out the NHS budget, and the objectives which NHS England (NHSE) is expected to achieve - including waiting time
This fascinating interview provides an insight into how NASA listened to it’s staff and now provides a working environment which is ‘out of this world’ and includes exercise bikes, lighting attuned to circadian rhythms and flexible
On 25 May 2018 the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force. The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has produced a resource pack to help organisations get ready for this change. To read a summary
Michael Sanders and Clare Delargy, on behalf of The Behavioural Insights Team, have produced an interesting read on the link between trust and charity donations. To read a brief summary and to get the link