How have other nations addressed the social care challenge and why has the English system failed to adapt?
Introducing ‘health information seeker’ – a concept that cuts through complexity to support policy and decisions around commissioning, adoption or use of IT.
Lloyd Tingley, Head of Coalitions of Public Policy Projects, reflects on the recent government White Paper on health and care reform.
The Government formally released a white paper last week aiming to legislate the process of joining up health and care services, reduce unnecessary bureaucracy and achieve greater accountability. What has been the reaction from the health and care community so far?
Ben Howlett, Managing Director of Public Policy Projects, analyses the newly released White Paper, discussing what is there, what is missing and what unintended consequences for this seismic policy reform could be.
Future heatwaves threaten the health of 12 million people in the UK, a new report by the Climate Coalition has warned.
Integrated Care Journal (ICJ) Editor Francesco Tamilia spoke to Arash Bordbar, Chair of the Asia Pacific Refugee Rights Network (APRRN) about the main challenge refugees around the world are facing during the covid-19 pandemic.
Independent SAGE have warned against using the success of the vaccination roll-out so far being used as a justification for easing measures designed to supress the virus.
Covid-19 has adversely affected people’s health across the globe, and many have lost their lives due to complications from having other medical conditions like high blood pressure (HBP) and Type2 diabetes (T2D).
Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust (MFT) and Siemens Healthineers have today announced a 15-year technology partnership, of an approximate value of £123 million, “set to transform patient care delivery” across eight hospital sites.
As Lottie Moore, Policy & Publishing Executive at Public Policy Projects writes, Covid-19 is not a pandemic that affects everyone equally. Rather, it is a syndemic: bringing together the concurrent pandemics of coronavirus, discrimination and disadvantage.