Dr Craig Tanio, Chief Medical Officer of ChenMed, discusses the ChenMed model of primary care and potential lessons for the UK.
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PRA consultation paper on ring-fencing rules moves the topic towards the top of banks’ agendas.
In this issue, we share the public's perspectives on reforming public services and dealing with the deficit, lifting living standards and delivering good growth and good jobs. We also explore the role of deliberative research in policy making, more widely.
Our Energy 2020 Household Bill Tracker and infographic, analysing the UK energy agenda and tracking our progress against the 2020 target.
In this article, Mark Gossington, Partner in our Financial Services Risk and Regulation practice talks about how after years of struggling to keep complaints at bay, smart firms are coming to recognise that being able to handle complaints well can enhance customer outcomes and strengthen market reputation.
One of the greatest challenges in the communications industry is also our greatest opportunity: delivering constant innovation by collaborating with others to drive ongoing growth in revenues.
HE Matters Autumn 2014 - How a recent European Court of Justice decision is likely to create additional VAT costs for some Universities
An overview of employee share plans changes due to new legislation.
A review of the Italian non-performing loan market and the Italian banking system.
Is your traditional approach to Business intelligence failing your business? We have the answer.
HE Matters Autumn 2014 - How changes to VAT registration could affect Universities who offer digital e-learning courses
HE Matters Autumn 2014 - Ed Smith, Pro-Chancellor of the University of Birmingham shares his thoughts on what makes for successful governance in higher education
HE Matters Autumn 2014 - What do Universities need to know when working internationally with 3rd party organisations?
Procurement Insight Hub can help the client answer the following questions: •Do you have enterprise wide visibility of all external spend?•Do you have complex spend categories that change constantly?•Do you have compliance standards around supplier, contracts, payment terms and can you manage them?•Do you have visibility of supplier performance?•Can you predict future spend and use it to optimise supplier and contracts?•Can you identify fraud and error in your external payments?
UK video summary of the 2014 PwC Family Business Survey. Family businesses are finding it tough post-recession. Long-term success will mean professionalising the family as well as the firm. With Sian Steele, UK Head of Family Business at PwC