Chris Ham is chief executive of the King’s Fund.
We need more doctors in leadership roles, says Chris Ham
The King’s Fund’s Chris Ham talks to hsj.co.uk
Urgent action is needed to change how health and social care are delivered
- 'It is within leaders' power to make things better'
- 'Integrated care should be this decade's number one priority'
- 'This is the kind of disruptive innovation the NHS needs'
- 'The NHS needs to avoid the wrong kind of integration'
- 'It makes a welcome change to hear praise for NHS managers'
- GPs will walk a tightrope between making or buying
- Integrated healthcare: removing the policy barriers
NHS leaders need to decide whether to focus on what is in the best interests of their organisations, or be willing to share sovereignty and work with others.
NHS leaders could do worse than taking notes from Borgen prime minister Birgitte Nyborg on building alliances with others and finding unlikely common causes, says Chris Ham
There is not one best way to develop integrated care. Politicians, NHS leaders and frontline staff should join together to test different approaches, writes the King’s Fund chief executive Chris Ham.
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