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British Medical Association (BMA)
Financial analysis of STPs
This analysis of the 44 STPs in England estimates that £9.5bn of capital funding is required to create the infrastructure to deliver the plans. The BMA sent out a series of FOI requests and have compiled information for each STP area on the financial needs required to implement the plans in each area.
The sustainability and transformation plans: a critical assessment
This report assesses the published drafts for STPs and it raises concerns around the credibility of the implementation measures outlined in the plans. It argues that the scale of the planned reduction in hospital services implies rationing and risks the collapse of some services.
Care in a post-Brexit climate: how to raise standards and meet workforce challenges
This report argues that training and working standards in the care sector need to be improved in order to attract a greater number of UK workers and to avoid labour shortages post-Brexit. It highlights the need for greater investment and funding alongside a workforce strategy that focuses on effective minimum standards for training and qualification; better conditions for workers; and a focus on innovation to drive productivity improvements.
Warning signs: challenges to delivering the Cancer Strategy for England by 2020
This report lays out the challenges an under-pressure health service in England faces in areas such as workforce as it seeks to transform cancer services so it can meet increased demand in the coming decades. It finds that 64 per cent of people recently diagnosed with cancer in England have experienced mental health problems such as anxiety and depression while waiting for their treatment to start. It also finds that confidence in delivering the cancer strategy is mixed amongst NHS leaders and GPs, and that greater clarity is needed on who is responsible for redesigning cancer services at a local and regional level.
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