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Choice Review Survey
24 January 2013
Ipsos MORI was commissioned to conduct research to build on existing data to understand more about how users actually choose services and/or the reasons they decide not to exercise choice.
End Of Year Review 2006
Ipsos MORI end of year review covering the main political issues of 2006. This was the year when the government struggled on with public service reform, but hit new lows in terms of public confidence in the NHS (despite levels of satisfaction with actual treatments remaining higher than before). It was a year when, for the first time ever, race and immigration became the key issues that Britons saw facing the country. A year when ratings of both the Prime Minister and the Leader of the Opposition fell. A year when, compared to the rest of the G6 countries, Britons were the most negative about their government's handling of crime.
Frontiers of Performance in the NHS
In this report we show that there are some very clear key drivers of patient perceptions that individual managers and clinicians can affect. There are others, however, that neither they nor the Department of Health can influence very much at all.
Frontiers of performance in the NHS II
In 2004, Ipsos MORI published our first Frontiers of Performance in the NHS, exploring what was driving patient perception, and identifying key local factors that had very significant effects on patient perception. This report brings this work up to date, and raises a number of key questions.
Home Dialysis: Who Cares for the Carer? Roundtable Discussion
The aim of the discussion was to bring together an invited group of carer and patient representatives, and healthcare professionals to discuss findings in order to create content for a mandate which NHS Kidney Care could take to the Department of Health.
How should we pay for health care in future?
16 April 2013
An informed public debate is needed about both the level of future spending on health and social care, and how that spending might be funded. With this in mind, The King’s Fund, in collaboration with Ipsos MORI, held two deliberative events with members of the general public.
In Perspective 2008/09
1 January 2009
What does the future hold? This Ipsos MORI report looks back at Britain in 2008 and ahead to Britain in 2009.
Ipsos Health Division - Thought-Leadership Media Pack
1 November 2010
It is the role of Business Intelligence to help Pharma continue to grow in these turbulent times. At Ipsos Health, we differentiate ourselves on our ‘thought-leadership’ and ability to provide pharma with a more holistic understanding of the critical issues impacting on the global healthcare sector, both through the market research we undertake and our presence within public and private sector debate.