Monthly Archives: June 2014

Clinicians and managers must end their standoff

Unless doctors and managers are less tribal and listen to more patient voices, NHS services will struggle to improve, argue Phil Banfield and Marcus Longley Relationships between medical and managerial tribes are rarely characterised by mutual understanding, harmony and common … Continue reading

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Prudent healthcare: A ‘big idea’ that should disrupt business as usual

Prudent healthcare is a big idea, or it is nothing. But big ideas are not always welcome in public policy – they tend to disrupt ‘business as usual’. While we are spending our precious, finite thinking time on what the … Continue reading

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