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David Hare looks at the NHS Long Term Plan

Deal or no deal?

Following publication of the government’s Yellowhammer document, we’ve got a better idea of what a no-deal Brexit will mean for the NHS, but what...
David Hare looks at the NHS Long Term Plan

Planning ahead or muddling through?

‘Refreshed’ planning guidance may have helped ease the battle between the government and NHSE but will it deliver results for patients? The publication of the...

Make or break for self-pay

Independent consultant Richard Gregory concludes his series on maximising self-pay with a look back over the past 12 months and an eye on future...

Unwavering support

IHPN CEO David Hare looks at how independent providers have worked alongside the NHS during the second and third Covid waves With the majority of...

The truth is out there

Transparency is the key to ensuring public trust in outsourced services, says Public Policy Projects director Ben Howlett This month has been quite unusual in...
David Hare looks at the NHS Long Term Plan

The state of care

Despite the headlines, the CQC’s report on the independent sector revealed there is much to be proud of but that doesn’t mean the sector...

Clinical negligence claims – is no-fault compensation the answer?

The amounts paid out in NHS claims is exceeding its ability to pay, but Dr Michael Devlin, head of professional standards and liaison at...

Joined up thinking on mental health

  In his new column, Tim Read, director, UK and Europe Advisory Services at Marwood Group, will be unpicking the policy issues most likely to...
David Hare looks at the NHS Long Term Plan

Looking back on 2018

The highs and lows of a truly significant year for the NHS and the independent sector 2018 was a big year in healthcare. We entered...

IHPN: Moving the dial on diagnostics

IHPN looks at how the independent sector can help boost early diagnosis One of the NHS Long Term Plan is most ambitious commitments is...