- Performance related pay for NHS Managers. // British Medical Journal (Clinical Research Edition);9/13/1986, Vol. 293 Issue 6548, p708
Focuses on the introduction of performance related pay for the National Health Service managers in Great Britain. Features of the pay scheme; Assessment of the performance of the managers; Applicability of the payments to general managers posted to health authorities.
- Managing truth. Thatcher, Mike // Public Finance;1/10/2003, p4
Discusses criticisms against the British National Health Service's lack of experienced managers. Need to improve the agency's hiring practices to attract better talent; Concerns about the levels of skill and experience in the primary care trusts.
- Code will call NHS managers to account. McHugh, Joseph // Public Finance;5/31/2002, p14
Focuses on the requirements imposed for the National Health Services in Great Britain. Need for the managers to sign up for a code of practice; Details on the draft of the code and activities for consultation; Decision to introduce the code.
- Executive set to announce financial development head. // Public Finance;07/28/95, p5
Reports plans to announce the head for financial development of the National Health Service in Great Britain. Replacement of former head Pat Macaulay; Relevance of the financial development head for the survival of the agency.
- NHS fails to find new PFI chief. // Public Finance;12/01/95, p5
Focuses on the need for private finance initiative (PFI) chief in the National Health Service in Great Britain. Launch of the first PFI hospital; Plans to replace Michael Queen as head of the PFI team; Importance of supporting trusts involved in private finance business.
- New contractual arrangements for general managers. // British Medical Journal (Clinical Research Edition);5/31/1986, Vol. 292 Issue 6533, p1477
Focuses on the contractual arrangements for general managers in the National Health Service in Great Britain. Recognition on the commitment to work performance; Assessment of the pay structure; Realization of pre-established objectives and targets.
- NHS sackings. Beecham, Linda // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);6/20/92, Vol. 304 Issue 6842, p1588
Focuses on the series of dismissals of managers in the National Health Service in Great Britain. Reasons for managers dismissal; Accountability of managers in managing different culture of trusts; Levels of manager dismissals and resignation.
- 10% of managers admit to lying to meet DoH targets. // GP: General Practitioner;10/21/2002, p26
Reports that ten percent of the Great Britain-based National Health Service's managers have filed inaccurate figures in order to meet with government targets.
- Differences among managers on NHS review. // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);5/19/90, Vol. 300 Issue 6735, p1296
Focuses on the differences among managers on the National Health Service review in Great Britain. Commitment of the staff to look after the patients; Gap between the views of the public and private managers; Historical background on the method of management of Sir James Cameron.