The Insider: Overcoming an acute set of challenges

16 / 12 / 2015

Transforming the way in which care is delivered is a challenge the full range of our members are tackling head on. That said, there is a growing sense that the acute hospital is sometimes seen to be part of the problem, rather than part of the solution, to achieving this transformation of care – a perception which is inaccurate and unhelpful. So what is the acute sector getting up to overcome this challenge and more?

This latest edition unveils how acute hospitals are leading transformations and improvements in care, delivering services outside of hospitals and taking innovative steps to combat the set of challenges they are facing, including improving clinical quality while ensuring financial sustainability and addressing increased demand on the service and staff shortages.

Find out more in The Insider: Overcoming an acute set of challenges, for members only.

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