Read our team’s latest reflections on the ever-evolving landscape of health, care and life sciences and the innovations we’re supporting in our work.

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"Place" is Where the Heart is

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Assessing the impact of COVID-19 on patients across the pathway

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52 Perfect Weeks a Year

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Post-Covid transition and transformation: where next for small hospital sites?

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R&D investment in Life Sciences: Where are the gaps?

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A world we all want to be part of

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Health is Wealth

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How to develop a successful PCBC

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Using data analytics to improve health

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Comprehensive Investment Appraisal (CIA) model and GEM Compared

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Our approach to develop Green Book business cases

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NHS Long Term Plan pdf summary

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If Capital is the answer, what is the question?

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Supporting Primary Care Networks

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State of Innovation

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Intermediate Care - why we should move to home-based care

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What the NHS could learn from the WannaCry attack

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How to complete a successful handover

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Parity of esteem for Mental health

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Health care funding and improved productivity

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Are NHS Improvement Caps always set at the right level?

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Pathology LIMS

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Improving hospital outpatient care

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Information Governance

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It's time to stop talking about 'Delayed Transfers of Care'

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Hannah Farrar: Integrated care – London’s Programme of Change

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Nick Timmins in conversation with Ruth Carnall

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The legacy of NHS London

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Creating Authority for Change

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The Darzi Review Summary

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What we should ask for in NHS legislation

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A Lost Decade – the data behind the report

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