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NHiS Commissioning Excellence appoints Associate Director for mental health support service

August 1st 2016 Commissioning Excellence

NHiS Commissioning Excellence appoints Associate Director for mental health support service

NHiS Commissioning Excellence, which helps the NHS and related patient organisations to plan and commission services, has appointed Laurence Mascarenhas as an Associate Director for its mental health support service.

published by Sue Thomas


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July 12th 2016Commissioning Excellence

New report finds technology investment is key to vanguards’ vision for the future of the NHS

New report finds technology investment is key to vanguards’ vision for the future of the NHS

The NHS must invest in new technology if innovative models of care being trialled by its vanguards are to be rolled out, according to a report by NHiS Commissioning Excellence, which helps the NHS plan and commission patient services.

published by Sue Thomas


April 29th 2016Commissioning Excellence

Improving outcomes for people with MS

Improving outcomes for people with MS

This MS Awareness Week the MS Trust is highlighting the need for fair and equitable services for people with MS following their survey of 2000 people which shows there is a growing disparity in the care on offer.

published by Sarah Mehta


April 20th 2016Commissioning Excellence

Major breakthrough in understanding neurological conditions sparks rethink on improving care

Major breakthrough in understanding neurological conditions sparks rethink on improving care

Today a report is published which brings new insight into how people with various neurological conditions can be better supported to stay well.

published by Sue Thomas


April 8th 2016Commissioning Excellence

New Parkinson’s pathway maps out referral process for non-oral treatments

New Parkinson’s pathway maps out referral process for non-oral treatments

A new best practice pathway for the use of non-oral treatments in Parkinson’s has been devised by clinicians to make the referral process for these therapies more explicit.

published by Sue Thomas


December 16th 2015Commissioning Excellence

Ambulatory care sensitive conditions

Ambulatory care sensitive conditions

Ambulatory care sensitive conditions (ACSC’s) are conditions where effective community care and case management can help prevent the need for hospital admission. There are 19 ACSC’s identified:

published by Sue Thomas


December 10th 2015Commissioning Excellence

Reduce costs: understand your population, risk stratify patients

Reduce costs: understand your population, risk stratify patients

In my previous blogs about our report on MS admissions, I highlighted the vast and costly scale of emergency admissions in MS, and that the most common reasons for these are largely avoidable ones.

published by Sue Thomas


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