MarketResearchReports.biz has recently announced the addition of a market study “ Structure of UK healthcare services”, is a comparative analysis of the global market.
This report summaries the structure of the UK's healthcare services. its current state, its drivers and its evolution. This overview of the market is intended for those considering this market for the first time and those who have experience of this sector.
Introduction and Landscape
This report provides a detailed overview of the structure of the UK healthcare services ICT market. It provides both tactical and strategic users insights into the usage of ICT across the UK health services.
Key Features and Benefits
Structure of the UK healthcare services: including overview of reforms, local organizations, primary and secondary care commissioning groups.
Key Market Issues
Gain insight into structural reforms within the UK healthcare service.
Gain knowledge about each nations planned spending over the next three years.
The UK's four governments, each of which runs its own independent healthcare system, expect to spend 121.6bn on health in 2011-12, rising 7.6% in cash terms over the next three years to 130.8bn in 2014-15.
Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland are not undertaking reorganisations of their health services and are planning smaller spending increases than England.
Table Of Content
2 Structure of UK healthcare services
2.2 Statistical comparisons
3.1 Overview of reforms
3.2 Central structures
3.2.1 The NHS Commissioning Board
3.3 Local organisations
3.3.1 Primary care and clinical commissioning groups
3.3.2 Secondary care
220.127.116.11 Acute trusts
18.104.22.168 Mental health and care trusts
22.214.171.124 Ambulance and non-emergency contact services
4 Devolved nations
4.3 Northern Ireland
Figure 1: Planned government health spending by UK nation, 2011-12 to 2014-15
Figure 2: Planned government health spending by UK nation per capita, 2011-12 to 2014-15
Figure 3: NHS workforce in England, Scotland and Wales
Figure 4: Strategic health authority clusters by population
Figure 5: Progress towards foundation trust status by English secondary trusts
Figure 6: Organisation of NHS in England before current set of reforms
Figure 7: Organisation of NHS in England after current set of reforms
Figure 8: Largest acute trusts in England by medical and dental staff
Figure 9: Largest mental health trusts in England by medical staff
Figure 10: UK ambulance services by emergency calls
Figure 11: Organisation of NHS in Scotland
Figure 12: Health boards in Scotland by population covered
Figure 13: Organisation of NHS in Wales
Figure 14: Welsh health boards by population covered
Figure 15: Organisation of health and social care in Northern Ireland
Figure 16: Health and social care trusts in Northern Ireland by staff and population covered