Quality improvement Improving quality in health care is about making it safe, effective, patient-centred, timely, efficient and equitable
We think of quality improvement as a systematic approach that uses specific techniques to improve quality in health and health care.
Our recent work and content on this topic is listed below.
Updated in 2021, this third edition outlines what you need to know about health care quality improvement.
With the Messenger review nearing publication, we draw on our recent research – including interviews with NHS managers – to highlight five recommendations for strengthening management and leadership i...
In this webinar we were joined by Dr Tim Ferris, NHS England’s Director of Transformation, to explore the next steps for NHS service transformation at scale.
Drawing on interviews with NHS managers and leaders, this long read sets out insights on the role and practice of managers and the main challenges still to address.
A panel discussion exploring the extent of the backlog facing the NHS in the recovery period and how we should approach it to avoid mistakes of the past, maximise opportunities and ‘build back better’...
Which improvement approaches have the potential to increase productivity in the NHS? Tim Horton, Anita Mehay and Will Warburton look at what is needed to put these approaches into practice.
How will the four new Adopting Innovation hubs cultivate the optimal environment for change to be implemented effectively, efficiently and sustainably? Laura Semple and Richard Stubbs share their reas...
Literature Review. David G. Blanchflower and Alex Bryson have produced a Quantitative Social Science Working Paper No. 21-28 on The Consequences of Chronic Pain in Mid-Life