Monthly Archives: September 2015

Harmonise local Public Health

This article on transport networks raises some interesting facsimiles with Social Services, Primary Care and Acute Care.  The perceived performance of each will certainly depend on the network as a whole.  An organisation wriggle room is closely linked to their openness for operation bleed across grey areas of service delivery.  

Resource planning

The latest right care maps show there is a significant range of geographical service performance across the NHS.  A good starting point for each location would be to get their capacity right.

Should we all be looking for marginal gains?

The concept of marginal gains has revolutionised some sports. Could the same approach also change important areas of everyday life, asks Matthew Syed.

The doctrine of marginal gains is all about small incremental improvements in any process adding up to a significant improvement when they are all added together.

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