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With half of all hospital admissions avoidable, discussing demand isn’t optional

Using demand management and behavioural science can delay, reduce or eliminate unnecessary demand, and deliver better outcomes that cost less.

May 15, 2019

ADASS Spring Seminar: 300+ attendees, 6 clear themes

This week’s sixth annual ADASS Spring Seminar is definitely a highlight of the year so far. I reflect on the six themes that ran through the conference.

May 3, 2019

IMPOWER @ ADASS Spring Seminar: what we exposed

Our research into what is driving poorer outcomes at the health and care interface has been featured as the cover story in today's MJ.

May 2, 2019

It’s Time to Care!

The NHS Time for Care scheme will be fully rolled out over the next three years following a successful pilot, but what is the extent of avoidable demand? I share my views on this much needed scheme.

April 17, 2019

Pledges and potential pitfalls: the NHS’s 10 Year Plan

The plan is a commendable step forward, but misses some of the most fundamental barriers to change

January 15, 2019

Interestingly, the latest DTOC data isn’t heading in wrong direction

Despite record emergency admissions, delayed transfers of care improved by 3.3% in November

January 14, 2019

Six insights from the interface between Health and Social Care

Anna Littlewood, Associate Over the last few years, I have worked for a large consulting firm,  and taken a senior…

December 18, 2018

A DTOC standstill – is a winter crisis looming?

The increase in the number of Delayed Transfers of Care (DTOC) has finally come to a halt – just in…

December 17, 2018

Health and care integration – eating the elephant

It is well documented that demand for health and care services in the UK is continuing to rise year on…

November 28, 2018

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