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Health Policy Insight | Healthcare management online analysis and intelligence
Health Policy Insight
Healthcare management online analysis and intelligence
The home of UK health policy
Editor's Blog
The Editor's daily bulletin, by Andy Cowper
Editorial Friday 30 April 2021: Who's next? Post-Stevensism, the Mencken Fallacy and the art of the impertinent question30/04/21
Editorial Thursday 29 April 2021: Sir Simon Stevens steps down as NHS Commissioning Board CE29/04/21
Editorial Thu 15 April 2021: 'Alan's Big Pocket': Hancock given 15% shareholding in sister's NHS £150K contract-winning company15/04/21
Editorial Wednesday 31 March 2021: Why did Open Democracy misleadingly claim it won its Palantir court case against NHS England?31/03/21
Editorial Friday 26 March 2021: From The Sun King to a mere Prince of Wales - NHS 'England' comms boss Simon Enright is off26/03/21
Editorial Thursday 25 March 2021: Weird Government: up-talking Matt and outsourcing accountability for TAT25/03/21
Editorial Wednesday 17 March 2021: Hancock's half-witted hopes to re-politicise top NHS appointments17/03/21
Editorial Tuesday 16 March 2021: The Government's Covid19 blame game - pattern recognition and kitchen sink surrealism16/03/21
Editorial Thursday 11 March 2021: Health Minister Nadine Dorries to nurses: their husbands' pay/furlough makes 1% pay offer OK11/03/21
Editorial Wednesday 10 March 2021: Does Test And Trace work?10/03/21
Editorial Tuesday 9 March 2021: The separation of Church and State (and Treasury)09/03/21
Editorial Monday 22 Feburary 2021: The Cummings defence22/02/21
Editorial Wednesday 17 Feburary 2021: The Hancock paradox17/02/21
Editorial Monday 15 February 2021: The Cummings-Back Kid15/02/21
Editorial Friday 12 February 2021: Waiting for the Bill means Big Speculation12/02/21
Regular Columns
A daily teatime summary, analysing the day's debate, by Tom Smith
Health Policy Today 3rd October 2011: Labouring over late diagnosis03/10/11
Health Policy Today 26 September 2011: Responsibility for early diagnosis26/09/11
A radical, unavoidable future for the NHS, whoever wins: Health Policy Today 6 May 201006/05/10
Andy, Norman or Andrew; which Health Secretary wannabe to make omelettes without breaking eggs? Health Policy Today 22 April '1023/04/10
Obama’s political prose puts the wheels back on health reform and lead in the pencil of House legislators: Health Policy Today 10/09/09
David Cameron, NHS ladies' man: Health Policy Today 28 July 200928/07/09
An A-Z of US healthcare politics: Health Policy Today 25 July 200924/07/09
Make tough choices? They won't even write them down. Health Policy Today, 9 July 200909/07/09
Back to Griffiths and management basics - manage the money, manage the medics: Health Policy Today 9 June 200909/06/09
To laugh or cry about 'iGP' proposals? Health Policy Today 12th March 2009.10/03/09
Amid a snowy backdrop, moves afoot to whiten rules and procedures: Health Policy Today 2nd February 200902/02/09
Giving it some attitude: feedback for health policy from 2009 British Social Attitudes report - Health Policy Today,30th January30/01/09
Obama's health reform plans to cover the unemployed begin now – Health Policy Today, 20 January 200921/01/09
Constructing routines to better support teams – Health Policy Today, 20 January 200919/01/09
2009: when economics and politics collide – Health Policy Today, 11 January 200912/01/09
Features
Interview: Andrew Taylor, NHS Co-Operation and Competition Panel18/10/11
Interview: Nick Bosanquet - Progress towards The Bosanquet Hypothesis?15/06/11
Simon Stevens 2011 Health Policy Insight interview - Making sense of the NHS reforms23/04/11
Interview - Stephen Dorrell MP, chair, Commons Health Select Committee31/03/11
Interview - Sir Robert Naylor, chief executive, UCLH NHS Foundation Trust05/07/10
Interview: Dr Peter Brambleby, director of public health, Croydon - commissioning, austerity and the new public health25/06/10
Interview: Timothy Heymann, reader in health management and consultant – a secondary care perspective on commissioning and refor24/06/10
Interview: Dr Michael Dixon, chair, NHS Alliance – clinical commissioning is the best of GP fundholding and locality commissioni23/06/10
Interview: Dr Michael Dixon, chair, NHS Alliance – clinical commissioning is the best of GP fundholding and locality commissioni23/06/10
Interview: Michael Sobanja, chief executive, NHS Alliance - bringing clincians and mangers together to commission23/06/10
Interview: Andrew Donald – a PCT perspective on the coming of clinical commissioning21/06/10
Interview: Nigel Edwards, acting chief executive, NHS Confederation – radical reforms with commissioning, choice and innovation 18/06/10
Interview: Matt Tee, Permanent Secretary of Government Communications, Cabinet Office12/05/10
Interview - Dr Bill Moyes, executive chair, Monitor13/01/10
Interview - Michael Sobanja, chief executive, NHS Alliance16/10/09