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Forget the TV drama, it’s routine care that leaves our NHS hospitals with constipation

For many lucky people who have never been hospitalised, the popular image of hospitals is a glamorous one, as portrayed on hit television shows like Casualty, Grey’s Anatomy and House. by Stefan Scholtes, Dennis Gillings Professor of Health Management In…

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Cambridge Independent: NHS system in need of vital surgery

Hospitals are not as glamorous as portrayed in popular shows like “Grey’s Anatomy” or “House”, writes Stefan Scholtes, Dennis Gillings Professor of Health Management at Cambridge Judge Business School. In reality, hospitals have many routine procedures that don’t need much…

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Cambridge Independent: Seven ways to cure the ills of the NHS

Stefan Scholtes, Dennis Gillings Professor of Health Management at Cambridge Judge, delivers his prescription for Britain’s National Health Service – from simplifying the hospital structure to solving the social care crisis to raising more money. Read the full article [cambridgeindependent.co.uk]  …

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Separating routine and complex healthcare

Simplifying general hospital services to make them more manageable is a route to solving the current healthcare crisis, say two healthcare experts at Cambridge Judge Business School. Every day seems to bring fresh misery for the NHS - from the…

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Workload and patient treatment

Workload affects both treatment and referral decisions by "gatekeepers" to specialist services such as primary care physicians and emergency doctors, says a new study co-authored at Cambridge Judge Business School, University of Cambridge. People with serious ailments naturally desire immediate…

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Cambridge Business Magazine: Split Addenbrooke’s in two

The financial straits of Addenbrooke’s Hospital and the NHS more broadly underline the need to split up “general” hospitals in the UK, argues Stefan Scholtes, Dennis Gillings Professor of Health Management at Cambridge Judge. Read the full article [edition.pagesuite-professional.co.uk]…

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Split up ‘general’ hospitals

The financial straits of Addenbrooke's Hospital and the NHS more broadly underline the need to split up "general" hospitals, Professor Stefan Scholtes argues in Cambridge Business magazine. The financial troubles of Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge and the National Health Service…

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Phys.org: Flexible engineering design for infrastructure projects

Stefan Scholtes, Dennis Gillings Professor of Health Management at Cambridge Judge Business School, co-authors a book on flexibility in engineering design. The book co-written with Richard de Neufville illustrates how FIED concepts can be applied to all sorts of engineering…

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Why big data comes with big headaches for the healthcare sector

"Big Data" is a phrase that seems to get many people excited these days. The potential is clearly so enormous that society seems to naturally believe it is the answer to everything. However, it is becoming increasingly apparent that people…

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Cambridge News: Circle pull-out at Hinchingbrooke Hospital could spell end for private companies running NHS trusts

Last week, Circle decided to pull out of its contract for running Hinchingbrooke Hospital. Cambridge News investigates the impact this will have on hospitals. Stefan Scholtes, Dennis Gillings Professor of Health Management at Cambridge Judge Business School, thinks that Circle's…

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