Introducing ‘health information seeker’ – a concept that cuts through complexity to support policy and decisions around commissioning, adoption or use of IT.
Lloyd Tingley, Head of Coalitions of Public Policy Projects, reflects on the recent government White Paper on health and care reform.
The Government formally released a white paper last week aiming to legislate the process of joining up health and care services, reduce unnecessary bureaucracy and achieve greater accountability. What has been the reaction from the health and care community so far?
Ben Howlett, Managing Director of Public Policy Projects, analyses the newly released White Paper, discussing what is there, what is missing and what unintended consequences for this seismic policy reform could be.
Charley Hacquoil, Policy Analyst at Public Policy Projects, explores the recent history around Government attempts (or rather lack of) to fix the growing crisis in social care.
Lloyd Tingley, recently appointed Head of Coalitions at Public Policy Projects calls for new models of joined-up working to deliver change
Public Policy Projects (PPP) and IQVIA joined forces to reflect upon the learnings of 2020 in a ‘past, present and future’ virtual fireside pre-Christmas conversation with Lord Ara Darzi, Blake Dark, Dr William van’t Hoff, Matthew Gould and Ben Osborn and Angela McFarlane.
Designed correctly, Integrated Care Systems (ICSs) should deliver care more responsively and effectively than anything to date. Jacqueline Mallender, Alastair Mitchell-Baker, Clare Morris, and Terry Young explore.
Multimedia Editor of Public Policy Projects (PPP) Francesco Tamilia reflects upon the past year of Covid-19: the initial nonchalance, the failed leadership – and the future.
Speaking at the Public Policy Projects’ (PPP) Annual Conference 2020, a panel of experts discuss how the UK has situated itself as a global leader in genomic research, and the importance that this continues despite the challenges of Covid-19
In the first keynote of the Public Policy Projects Annual Conference 2020, Baroness Nicola Blackwood spoke to Matthew Gould, Chief Executive of NHSX, about the unprecedented digital transformation taking place in health and care.
A ministerial overview of how clinical research innovation can help steer us through the second wave of Covid-19 and beyond.