Jennifer Dixon: Annual health strategy summit survey results

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Jennifer Dixon: Annual health strategy summit survey results

  1. 1. Survey of Health Leaders onGovernment NHS ReformsSurvey resultsJennifer DixonNuffield TrustMarch 2011Twitter: #NTSummit
  2. 2. 3 Surveys – January and February 2011PUBLIC • ~1000 adults in England (MORI)GPs • 1600 GPs (DRSNET)HEALTH LEADERS • 64 health leaders (NUFFIELD TRUST)March 2011
  3. 3. Public
  4. 4. Which one of the following statements comes closest toreflecting your overall view of the NHS?
  5. 5. Thinking about the quality of NHS care over the past threeyears, has it…?
  6. 6. And, thinking about the quality of NHS care over the next few years,do you expect it to…?
  7. 7. To what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statement:“As long as health services are free of charge, it doesn’t matter to me whether theyare provided by the NHS or a private company”
  8. 8. If the NHS was to face lower levels of spending, which of these, ifany, would you be MOST willing to accept?
  9. 9. …and which, if any, would you be LEAST willing to accept?
  10. 10. Thinking about the treatments and services that are available on the NHS,which of these statements most closely matches your opinion?
  11. 11. GPs
  12. 12. The majority (71%) think that the priority for commissioningwill focus on costQ7. To what extent do you think the priority for commissioning will focus on cost, leading to a restriction on, or even prevention of, hospitalreferrals/admissions? Q6. In what capacity are you involved in commissioning?Base: 838 (Consortium level=67, PBC level=64, Practice level=166, Not actively involved=526, Other=15)
  13. 13. Less than a quarter of GPs (23%) agree that the proposed reforms will improve the qualityof patient care provided by their organisation/practice Q8b. “The proposed reforms will improve the quality of the patient care which my organisation / practice provides”. Q6. In what capacity are you involved in commissioning? Base: 838 (Consortium level=67, PBC level=64, Practice level=166, Not actively involved=526, Other=15)
  14. 14. Overall, GPs expect that an active focus on cost is likely to lead to different types ofrestrictions (and possibly preventions) – along with a reduction of patient choice Q5. If it transpires that GP-led commissioning does actively focus on cost, to what extent do you think that a focus on cost will lead to: Base: 817
  15. 15. Overall 50% of GPs believe that the reforms will have a major impact onviability Q10. What, if any, impact do you think the reforms will have on the financial viability of your local hospital? Base: 817
  16. 16. Health leaders
  17. 17. Fundamental changes
  18. 18. Choice of levers to achieve efficiency savings by 2014
  19. 19. Greater competition
  20. 20. Main messages
  21. 21. Thank you www.nuffieldtrust.org.uk Sign-up for our newsletter Follow us on TwitterMarch 2011 (http://twitter.com/NuffieldTrust)

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