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An important path to advance the Care Design 2016 principles will be the asking of the wicked questions that will lead to a deep exploration of assumptions held. Without exploring  assumptions, you will continue to be hostage to your indifference to failure and be unable to reach your improvement potential. Questions to the main protagonists. The Role of All Health System Players  Do we play it safe by setting easily attainable goals? If so, why? Do we treat vision   and mission as noble...

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Flourishing represents both the thriving of individuals, “living a good life” and the sustainment of human and all life. A flourishing society may be defined as one that accounts for at least the individual, organizational, and societal factors of human development, yet at each of these levels the meaning of flourishing differs.  Design principles can be oriented toward achieving shared, desired future outcomes. If we construct and agree on a common understanding of flourishing, we will be...

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I hope my view finds readers feeling happy and well, and right now I need to let the NHS know just how bad an experience I have had with them  - considering 2 years down the line every follow up telephone enquiry has been met by the following response  "  I don't know who deals with that nor do I know who to pass your enquiry to".  In short the NHS have failed to reply to 2 years of  written queries with regards to doing business with the NHS when faced with being outside the DT9 application...

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The aim of this project is to identify 'redesign principles' to accelerate the implementation of new care models in the UK and across the globe. Hmmm implementation of new care models - like Vanguards? There's something quite interesting happening over there, which is the use of logic modelling, what the third sector have started to call 'theories of change' and it's very exciting. Vanguards' logic models should be out in February next year, in the meantime the NIHR have a commissioned...

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Some healthcare redesign interventions end up with negative social value. We need to measure the impact on trust and relationship building in the system. 

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Before leaders can see the future state, they come to understand the underlying values, beliefs, attitudes and power dynamics held by interest groups, professional bodies, community agencies and citizen groups including patients. With this understanding, the old expression “you cannot see the forest for the trees” takes on a new meaning. Transformational leaders see the trees and the spaces between the trees and the surrounding flora and fauna. Successful leaders admit to themselves that...

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You should only use technology when it helps and provides benefits, not simply because you can. Technology is sure to be a key enabler as we move forward and I am wondering where this fits. I am concerned that, without a clear steer, we will be tempted to use technology simply because we can and because we need to be shiny and new. Technology offers some amazing leaps forward if used in the right ways and by the right people. I'm thinking 3D printing for bespoke patient supports and...

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Sorry if this gets posted tiwce- first attempt didn't make it through the stratosphere.  A clinican colleague has long proposed a third of time to direct patient contact, a third teaching/upskilling/ supporting colleagues, and a third to improving the system. If the tertiary teams looked to support the secondary teams, and the generalists, and we cascade out knowledge and support then to comunity providers, care closer to home would be more effective, hand overs safer and overall...

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taking Maureen Bisagnano's challenge on board and seeing how to invert care, with the patient/consumer as the central organising principle and the health providers as consultants to the patient. Making care convenient for the person rather than the service per se. some steps towards this are happening in primary care with GPs triaging phone calls and giving advice where needed so patients don't need to come in to clinic \. telemedicine also contibutes    

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Fresh thinking from the connected generations.

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