Author: MBI

  |   Thought Leadership

Can Clinical Quality be Taught?

One of a series of positive recommendations from recent weeks was the commitment from the Keogh Review to invest time and effort into clinical leaders in the NHS and build capability for quality. As the academy designs specific interventions, we think there are 2 specific...

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09 August
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Extending NHS Transparency

Mortality rates for individual cardiac surgeons were first published in the UK following a request under the Freedom of Information Act by the Guardian Newspaper in 2005 (1). The event was described at the time as a glimpse into the secret garden of medical self-regulation....

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12 July
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Why be so defensive on your 65th birthday?

It has been a remarkable few weeks for you as you approach your 65th birthday. Hospital performance and regulator wrong doing. Media commentary has been running white hot. This last two weeks has seen this commentary coincide with your 65th birthday which makes the current reform schedule...

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03 July
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  |   MBI Perform

Avoiding the Domino Effect

Easter 2013 – the NHS launches its new 111 service under the slogan “Call 111 when it’s less urgent than 999”. However by the end of the weekend, patients in 30 areas were waiting more than 1 hour for a call back when it should...

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27 June
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Commissioning Support Organisations

Towards a Broader View For Commissioning Support Organisations, the challenge has started. Firstly to build capability to become established and then secondly be resilient to competition from both Private Sector providers and other Commissioning Support Organisations when their customers test the market.   MBI Health Group believe that...

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26 June
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