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How population health management will deliver a sustainable NHS
This report explores the potential of population health management to deliver a more sustainable version of the NHS by looking at what it takes to develop an integrated healthcare model, evaluating system maturity to embrace PHM, and drawing on case studies from both the UK and the US.View
Good Governance in European Healthcare: The NHS in England
“Governance in England’s National Health Service (NHS) has been described as ‘the systems, processes and behaviours by which trusts lead, direct and control their functions in order to achieve organisational objectives, safety and quality of service and in which they relate to patients and carers, the wider community and partner organisations.”
These aspects of the governance of healthcare in the UK are closely linked to the many reformations of the NHS that have taken place under different governments.View
The Future for the NHS in Scotland
A joint report by the Good Governance Institute and the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh has been published, which sets out five radical recommendations for the future of healthcare in Scotland.
Primary Care Estate: delivering value and improving care
A paper to explore the commissioning of primary care premises by Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCG), Primary Care Networks (PCN) and trusts and the influence of healthcare integration and digital access…
Improving Access to Psychological Therapies: Board Assurance Prompt
Today, almost one in four people in the UK have a mental health condition. The Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) programme was introduced in 2008 to improve the treatment…
Board guidance on risk appetite
Risk appetite, defined as ‘the amount and type of risk that an organisation is prepared to pursue, retain or take’ in pursuit of its strategic objectives, is key to achieving…
COVID-19 Board Assurance Prompt
This briefing is for chairs and non-executive directors of NHS provider organisations. It is intended to provide a high-level summary of some of the principal challenges related to the COVID-19…
Reimagining Procurement in the NHS
To support the development of a new procurement regime, this report reflects on the findings of a series of engagement activities undertaken by the Good Governance institute (GGI) and Connect…
Unleashing The Digital Premium
In this paper, we turn our attention to digital technology, which has a pivotal role in helping us to improve and sustain outcomes for our communities, with enormous potential for…
GGI and Article Consulting Diversity Dinner
In October 2019, the Good Governance Institute and Article Consulting brought together thought leaders to participate in a discussion dinner centred around diversity in the workforce and beyond, in order…
Risk Appetite for NHS Organisations: A Matrix to support better risk sensitivity in decision taking
Risk appetite is ‘The amount of risk that an organisation is prepared to accept, tolerate, or be exposed to at any point in time’ (HMT Orange Book definition 2004). We…