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Services redesign: getting it right

Frontline article - Posted on 18/11/2016

Revamping musculoskeletal services in Tayside helped a physiotherapy-led team win a prestigious CSP award, as Ian A McMillan discovered. ...

National award for therapy service redesign

News item - Posted on 10/12/2014

11 December 2014 A physiotherapy-led service redesign that means patients can be discharged sooner to receive seamless therapy in ...

Let’s talk DATA

Frontline article - Posted on 17/11/2014

Collecting data is one thing, but what are you going to do with it? CSP adviser Nina Paterson suggests a way forward. ...

Physios could be NICE experts on technological change

News item - Posted on 29/05/2014

31 May 2014 Physiotherapists who have experience in service redesign are being encouraged to apply to join a panel advising on the ...

CSP calls for patient-centred reshaping of NHS services in Wales

News item - Posted on 21/05/2014

21 May 2014 The NHS in Wales has been placed in ‘an unprecedented financial position’ and needs to safeguard its future by ...

Northwest MSK service improvement project

Publication - Posted on 04/02/2014

MSK benchmarking activity looking at eight potential areas of service improvement: service eligibility and standard care pathways; waiting times/DNA rates; new to follow-up ratios; locations; length of appointments; access to diagnostics; skill mix; clinical outcomes. ...

Quality, Innovation, Productivity and Prevention

Page - Posted on 15/11/2013

15 November 2013 15 November 2013 The QIPP (Quality, ...

Business class

Frontline article - Posted on 21/10/2013

University of Salford students get an early chance to look at revamping physiotherapy services. Louise Hunt reports. ...

Partner feature - 10 top survival tips

Frontline article - Posted on 21/10/2013

Aviva’s Mark Sharpe, a physio and CSP member, outlines how commercial pressures are increasingly ensuring services offer the best value for money ...

Trust changes tack and invests in primary care services

Frontline article - Posted on 30/09/2013

A physiotherapist is at the helm of an innovative service redesign that has gained funding worth nearly £800,000 for primary care services – thanks to commissioners reducing their spending on secondary ...

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