2016 Global health care sector outlook
Managing the increasing demand and cost of delivering health care services remains a challenge across the world. What are the emerging trends? And what are the solutions?
Public sector productivity: joining the dots between real estate, talent and technology
As we enter the second half of this decade of austerity, the UK’s public sector leaders have an opportunity to decide how to innovatively deliver the savings demanded of them whilst also ensuring their services remain relevant in the digital age.
Higher Education Finance Directors Survey 2015
Our third survey of the Higher Education sector canvassed the views of Directors of Finance, Chief Finance Officers and those with a senior view of the financial operations of their institutions.
Transport fit for the future
Deloitte has been advising TfL on new ways to raise new revenues to help fund its massive infrastructure investment programme. Our work has identified a staggering £3.5 billion of extra revenue that could be accrued over the next 10 years through a range of property, advertising, sponsorship and retail opportunities.
Decoding Digital Leadership
Digital transformation requires top to bottom organisational transformation, which requires leaders who are willing and able to leverage digital to innovate, fail fast and drive value in an ambiguous context. Are your leaders equipped to drive digital transformation?
The public sector’s talent retention challenge
With continued headcount reductions how can a talent drain be avoided?
The Government’s debt reduction dilemma
Reducing the deficit and paying down the debt it has created are among the Government’s main economic challenges. Ministers now have tough decisions to make over how quickly they should tackle the UK’s debt.
How can health and social care be brought together?
Bringing health and social care closer together has been policy for decades. Yet it has always been a challenge – desired outcomes haven’t always been clear, values and principles haven’t been aligned and above all processes and particularly NHS arrangements have been constantly changing.
Police & Crime Commissioners
In 2012, voters across England and Wales elected their first ever Police and Crime Commissioners (PCCs). The 41 PCCs returned in those elections have spent three and a half years leading and holding the police to account, whilst figuring out from scratch how to operate and exercise their authority.
Public sector transformation
An analysis of private sector global companies, including high-tech start-ups, manufacturers, banks, retailers and insurance firms, reveals five valuable lessons for the public sector.
The State of the State 2015-16
UK government is in the middle of a decade-long recalibration as the public sector aligns to a lower level of public spending.
Demand for integration series
Managing ‘winter’ demand is at the ‘sharp end’ of the health and social care system. It means working together to ensure older people avoid hospital admission and making sure hospital discharges work well, as such acting as a ‘health check’ for the ‘whole system’.
Transport outlook 2016
The UK is amid a series of high-profile transport developments that are transforming the country’s travel networks. Simon Dixon, who leads Deloitte’s public sector transport business globally, provides his take on the direction of travel.
Spending Review: 100 days later
Mike Turley marks 100 days since the Spending Review by reflecting on the government’s financial plans and the potential impact of Brexit on the public sector.