• Simon Stevens: Next Steps for the Five Year Forward View

    18th February 2015, London

    Simon Stevens, Chief Executive of NHS England will deliver a short presentation, followed by an interactive Q&A session to discuss some of the issues outlined in the Five Year Forward View, including staffing levels, the viability of seven day GP services, as well as combining the health and social care budget.

    This event is free for all IHM members. Find out more and book here.
     

     

  • Rob Webster: Managers need clarity about the challenges ahead

    Rob Webster, Chief Executive of NHS Confederation, outlines his views on the importance of training across all levels of NHS management 

    Read here

  • Joined up care – putting the theory into practice

    Paul Burstow, Liberal Democrat MP for Sutton and Cheam, says that with the foundations laid, it is now time to put the integration mantra into place

    Read here

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Upcoming Events

  • 18

    Feb

    Simon Stevens: Next Steps for the Five Year Forward View

    28 Portland Place, London, W1B 1LY

    Simon Stevens, Chief Executive of NHS England will deliver a short presentation, followed by an interactive Q&A session to discuss some of the issues raised in NHS England's report, The Five Year Forward View.

  • 24

    Feb

    Motivational interviewing

    28 Portland Place, London, W1B 1LY

    What is motivational interviewing and how can we use it to affect behaviour change and help people achieve their goals?

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IHM News and Policy

  • IHM response to withdrawal of private healthcare firm Circle

    News that Circle, the first private firm to manage an NHS hospital, wants to withdraw from its contract will add fuel to the ongoing debate about private sector involvement in the NHS

    9 January 2015

  • Shape the future voice of IHM

    We would really value your input by completing the survey below which will help inform our policy development work.

    10 December 2014

  • #respect4managers

    We are delighted that leading clinicians and patient groups have highlighted the essential contribution that NHS managers make to the delivery of high quality health and care services across the UK. In a letter to the HSJ, the signatories of a letter make clear that managers have their full support. Most importantly, they underline that ill-judged criticism of managers is both unfair and damaging to the interests of patients. First and foremost, it is the patient that counts and IHM wholehearted

    4 December 2014

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