22 episodes

Fresh perspectives on the healthcare challenges of our time and ways to confront them. Fortnightly interviews with movers and shakers making waves across health and care.
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Health On The Line NHS Confederation

    • Government

Fresh perspectives on the healthcare challenges of our time and ways to confront them. Fortnightly interviews with movers and shakers making waves across health and care.
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    General Sir Gordon Messenger: The workforce deserves the best leadership they can have.

    General Sir Gordon Messenger: The workforce deserves the best leadership they can have.

    What did Sir Gordon really think? In our latest Health on the Line podcast, General Sir Gordon Messenger discusses with Matthew his recent review of NHS leadership and his recommendations, his hopes for implementing those reforms and the need for a strong and continual statement from leadership that a focus on leadership and workforce is utterly central to better patient outcomes. 
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    • 42 min
    Tim Oliver: No organisation within the whole ecosystem can do it on its own

    Tim Oliver: No organisation within the whole ecosystem can do it on its own

    Integrated Care Partnership (ICP) Chair for Surrey Heartlands Integrated Care System and Leader of Surrey County Council Tim Oliver tells Matthew that integrated systems are all about equal partnerships, how joint appointments help avoid turf wars and how the ICP holds the key to delivering a strategy for addressing the wider determinants of health.   
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    • 38 min
    NHS ConfedExpo special edition: What should the refreshed Long Term Plan look like?

    NHS ConfedExpo special edition: What should the refreshed Long Term Plan look like?

    What does the health and care system need from the Long Term Plan refresh? In a special episode recorded at NHS ConfedExpo, Matthew Taylor takes soundings from system leaders, exploring their hopes and fears for updates to the plan. Hear from Simon Whitehouse, chief executive designate for Shropshire, Telford and Wrekin ICB; Louise Ansari, national director of Healthwatch England; and Omotajo Kufeji, a GP partner and clinical director for The Bridge PCN, Milton Keynes, as they consider what needs to be different and how it can resonate with system partners, staff and service users.
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    • 48 min
    Dr Nikki Kanani: Understand what primary care looks like in your system

    Dr Nikki Kanani: Understand what primary care looks like in your system

    What does the future hold for primary care? NHS England and NHS Improvement’s medical director for primary care Dr Nikki Kanani sits down with Matthew Taylor to discuss multidisciplinary teams in primary care, lessons from the pandemic, the Fuller Stocktake and shifting further towards a population health management approach.


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    • 34 min
    Gregor Henderson: Mental health is just part of what it means to be human.

    Gregor Henderson: Mental health is just part of what it means to be human.

    In the latest Health on the Line episode, Gregor Henderson, former director of Mental Health for Public Health England and strategic adviser to on-line platform Togetherall, talks to Matthew about the challenges of digital innovation in mental health, the link between health inequalities and mental health and why the need to invest in the wider determinants of mental health is vital.
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    • 35 min
    Prof Donna Hall: Let's think longer term about how we build resilient communities.

    Prof Donna Hall: Let's think longer term about how we build resilient communities.

    In the latest Health on the Line episode, Professor Donna Hall, architect of the well-known ‘Wigan deal’ and Chair of Bolton NHS Foundation Trust talks to Matthew Taylor about the importance of community engagement in systems as part of our Integration and Innovation in Action series. She talks about the need to have different conversations with people to build resilient communities and resilient individuals, and the work she is involved in in investing in the first 1,000 days of life as a key point of intervention. She also talks about the need for integrated care systems to be clear about what they are going to do, and to ask themselves the honest question, how integrated are we?  
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    • 32 min

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