4 edition of NHS--under new management found in the catalog.
NHS--under new management
Includes bibliographical references (p. -195) and index.
|Statement||Philip Strong and Jane Robinson.|
|Contributions||Robinson, Jane, 1935-|
|LC Classifications||RA241 .S87 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 206 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||206|
|ISBN 10||0335092969, 0335092950|
|LC Control Number||89077104|
These changes will aim to reduce the numbers of management staff that are present within the current labour determined legacy within the NHS and the new approach will also allow NHS hospitals to chase private patients as long as the money is “demonstrably” ploughed back into the health service (Ramesh, ). The Policy Context. The aims of the current range of NHS reforms in England are threefold. The first is to stimulate a self-sustaining set of incentives that foster continuous organizational reform, including practice-based commissioning, patient choice and payment by results (a national tariff activity-based payment system).Cited by:
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Doctors, managers and politicians have tended to underestimate the importance of nursing. Greater recognition is crucial for the success of modern hospitals Hospitals face an uncertain future. After a century of achievement and progress, the public, clinicians, managers, and politicians are increasingly expressing concern. Currently, the UK public's principal worry Cited by: The New Statesman is impressed by An enormous amount of clinical and management energy was wasted in having to work to much else that happened to the NHS under his watch wasn’t very good.
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Book: The NHS under new management. + pp. Abstract: "The revolution that general management management Subject Category: Disciplines, Occupations and Industries see more details promises in health care is still in its very earliest stages."Cited by: ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xviii, pages ; 24 cm: Contents: Introduction - outline and methodsNHS managementhistory and backgroundPart 1 Managing the clinical tradesdoctors and nursesthe failure of clinical managementPart 2 New model managementa new leadera new teamcost.
Very Good: A book that has been read and does not look new, but is in excellent condition. No obvious damage to the book cover, with the dust jacket (if applicable) included for hard covers. No missing or damaged pages, no creases or tears, no underlining or highlighting of text, and no writing in the margins.
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The NHS: under new management. Milton Keynes: Open University Press, Milton Keynes: Open University Press, Mays N, Pope C. Reaching the parts other methods cannot reach: an introduction to qualitative methods in Cited by: Book reviews in this article: R.
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Strong and J. Robinson, The NHS‐under new management P. Aggleton, P. Davies and G. Hart (eds.), AIDS: Individtial. Cuhural and Policy Dimensions Ian Craib, Psychoanalysis and Social. With the NHS under constant scrutiny, especially in this anniversary year, the publication of this book is timely -- and as practitioners will almost inevitably come up against NHS-related matters during their careers, every practitioner should have a copy.
The publication date is 5/5(1). Philip Strong is the author of strangers return ( avg rating, 1 rating, 1 review, published ), The Nhs Under New Management ( avg rating, 0 ra 5/5. Subsequently, he moved to Warwick, where he did the research on NHS reorganisation that led to his other major book, The NHS: under new management (, with Jane Robinson).
At the time of his death, Strong was working at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine on a study of the social history of AIDS. Book review Full text access Home health care options: A guide for older persons and concerned families: Connie Zuckerman, Nancy Neveloff Dubler and Bart Collopy (eds).
Insight Books, Plenum Press, New York (), pp. Price $ hardback. ISSN Abstract. To lead and manage any organizational system successfully requires an understanding of its history and management structure. This chapter, therefore, provides a brief overview of the changing role of the management and organizational structure of the National Health Service (NHS) since its inception in Also highlighted are some of the major pieces of NHS Author: Philip I.
Morgan. 3 1 Return to the market: objectives and evolution of New Labour’s market reforms It was structured around a novel separation of the roles of purchaser and provider within the NHS. District health authorities (DHAs) became the main purchasers.
Pages (December ) Download full issue. Previous vol/issue. Next vol/issue. Book review Full text access The NHS under new management: P. Strong & J. Robinson Open University pp illus ISBN: 0 £ Sheila A. A new book from The King's Fund, Understanding New Labour's market reforms of the English NHS provides the first comprehensive analysis of the impact of New Labour's introduction of competition to the NHS, offering key warnings for.
The key element of nursing—a holistic approach that serves to counteract the reductionism of medicine—has inadvertently been undermined. Although many nurses have attempted to maintain past clinical practices, work pressures and staff turnover have impeded their aspirations and, too often, nurses in management have not shown the leadership Cited by: Assessing the Effectiveness of Communication in Organisations: The Communication Audit Approach Professor Owen D.
Hargie, BA PhD DipEd AFBPsS C. Psychol. and Dennis Tourish, BSc MSc Health Services Management Research Cited by: Management structures in the National Health Service (NHS) have become flattened in recent years.
There is, therefore, a greater responsibility placed on practitioners to carry out management tasks Cited by: 1. Practice staff must respond to patient complaints within three working days under new proposed changes to the NHS Constitution.
Following recommendations by the NHS Future Forum, the new NHS Constitution aims to give patients “stronger rights” including access to single sex wards and increased involvement in end of life care. Ever more private finance is going into the NHS under new forms of public-private partnerships.
Labor even encourages local authorities now to turn to the private sector to provide long-term care.(NHS) under New Labour. It tries to assess the extent to which the objectives of the reforms had been met or the concerns of sceptics vindicated by the time that New Labour lost power in May It concludes by discussing the nature of the evidence available and the challenges of evaluating large-scale, complex, system-level changesFile Size: KB.