Snapshot survey of healthleaders on NHS reformSurvey resultsMarch 2013
Background• The Nuffield Trust conducted a ‘snapshot’ survey of health  leaders to test their views and attitudes towards ...
Methodology• The survey asked a range of questions: some to probe  attitudes to the current developments in the English NH...
Which of the following statements comes closest to reflecting your overallview of the NHS?
In general, do you think the quality of medical care that patients receive from theNHS over the past three years has impro...
‘The NHS is on track to meet the challenge of generating £20 billion of efficiencysavings by 2015’. How far do you agree w...
The reforms to NHS structures and rules set out in the Health and Social Care Act2012 are essential to achieving the £20 b...
The NHS is heading for a decade of austerity and will need to make efficiencysavings beyond 2015. How far do you agree wit...
Commissioning by Clinical Commissioning Groups will, in two years, result inhigher quality, more efficient health care tha...
Commissioning by Clinical Commissioning Groups will, in two years, be moreeffective than primary care trusts have been in ...
There will be more local accountability over commissioning decisions as a result of thenew Clinical Commissioning Groups a...
Clinical Commissioning Group boards will be more accountable to the NHSCommissioning Board than the local populations they...
Greater competition between providers for NHS patients will increase the sum totalof quality and efficiency of NHS service...
Competition between Clinical Commissioning Groups for patients should beexplicitly encouraged. How far do you agree with t...
Developing integrated care should be the NHS top priority over the next decade.How far do you agree with this statement?
In general, do you think the quality of care that patients receive from the NHS overthe past three years has improved, got...
The NHS Outcomes Framework will be an important driver of better quality carethroughout the NHS in the future. How far do ...
In a time of austerity which dimension of quality is most likely to suffer?
In a time of austerity in which types of care services will quality of care be mostlikely to suffer?
Which organisations and groups will be most important for safeguarding the qualityof care over the next decade?
It is inevitable, in the next three years, that a benefits package of what is and isntavailable on the NHS will have to be...
It will become necessary to impose new charges or co-payments on NHS patientswithin the next three years. How far do you a...
It is realistic to raise taxes to continue to protect NHS funding. How far do youagree with this statement?
The basic rate of income tax is 20 pence in the pound. An additional one pencewould raise £4 billion in 2012/13. If the ba...
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  1. 1. Snapshot survey of healthleaders on NHS reformSurvey resultsMarch 2013
  2. 2. Background• The Nuffield Trust conducted a ‘snapshot’ survey of health leaders to test their views and attitudes towards the Government’s NHS reforms.• The survey was sent to health leaders and commentators spanning Whitehall, Westminster, local government, academia, the private and independent sectors and the media. All respondents either attended, or were invited to attend, the Nuffield Trust’s Health Policy Summit.• While it is not a comprehensive, representative sample, the findings provide a useful insight into the views of a selected group of health leaders.March 2013
  3. 3. Methodology• The survey asked a range of questions: some to probe attitudes to the current developments in the English NHS, while others were more wide-ranging, designed to explore attitudes to some of the bigger questions facing the NHS.• The survey was sent to 230 health leaders. 53 people completed the survey, representing a response rate of 23 per cent. The results are anonymous.• The online poll was open between 1 February and 22 February 2013.March 2013
  4. 4. Which of the following statements comes closest to reflecting your overallview of the NHS?
  5. 5. In general, do you think the quality of medical care that patients receive from theNHS over the past three years has improved, got worse or stayed about the same?
  6. 6. ‘The NHS is on track to meet the challenge of generating £20 billion of efficiencysavings by 2015’. How far do you agree with this statement?
  7. 7. The reforms to NHS structures and rules set out in the Health and Social Care Act2012 are essential to achieving the £20 billion efficiency savings by 2015. How fardo you agree with this statement?
  8. 8. The NHS is heading for a decade of austerity and will need to make efficiencysavings beyond 2015. How far do you agree with this statement?
  9. 9. Commissioning by Clinical Commissioning Groups will, in two years, result inhigher quality, more efficient health care than commissioning by primary care truststoday. How far do you agree with this statement?
  10. 10. Commissioning by Clinical Commissioning Groups will, in two years, be moreeffective than primary care trusts have been in breaking down the barriers betweenprimary and secondary care. How far do you agree with this statement?
  11. 11. There will be more local accountability over commissioning decisions as a result of thenew Clinical Commissioning Groups and local health and wellbeing boards than therehas been for primary care trusts. How far do you agree with this statement?
  12. 12. Clinical Commissioning Group boards will be more accountable to the NHSCommissioning Board than the local populations they serve. How far do you agreewith this statement?
  13. 13. Greater competition between providers for NHS patients will increase the sum totalof quality and efficiency of NHS services. How far do you agree with this statement?
  14. 14. Competition between Clinical Commissioning Groups for patients should beexplicitly encouraged. How far do you agree with this statement?
  15. 15. Developing integrated care should be the NHS top priority over the next decade.How far do you agree with this statement?
  16. 16. In general, do you think the quality of care that patients receive from the NHS overthe past three years has improved, got worse or stayed about the same?
  17. 17. The NHS Outcomes Framework will be an important driver of better quality carethroughout the NHS in the future. How far do you agree with this statement?
  18. 18. In a time of austerity which dimension of quality is most likely to suffer?
  19. 19. In a time of austerity in which types of care services will quality of care be mostlikely to suffer?
  20. 20. Which organisations and groups will be most important for safeguarding the qualityof care over the next decade?
  21. 21. It is inevitable, in the next three years, that a benefits package of what is and isntavailable on the NHS will have to be defined explicitly. How far do you agree withthis statement?
  22. 22. It will become necessary to impose new charges or co-payments on NHS patientswithin the next three years. How far do you agree with this statement?
  23. 23. It is realistic to raise taxes to continue to protect NHS funding. How far do youagree with this statement?
  24. 24. The basic rate of income tax is 20 pence in the pound. An additional one pencewould raise £4 billion in 2012/13. If the basic rate of income tax was raised to fundthe NHS, what level of increase do you think the public would accept?
  25. 25. www.nuffieldtrust.org.uk Sign-up for our newsletter www.nuffieldtrust.org.uk/newsletter Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/NuffieldTrustMarch 2013 © Nuffield Trust

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