The research also found that just over half of people (55%) believe it is doctors, rather than NHS managers (34%) or politicians (11%), should be involved in the decisions about how the NHS is run.
Carried out using the Ipsos MORI Omnibus, the new research also found that 65% agree that the NHS should manage itself, without the involvement of politicians, as it understands how best to provide healthcare, whilst only 33% agree that Parliament should set overall targets for the NHS to achieve.
- The research was conducted on Capibus, Ipsos MORI’s face to face omnibus, between 6th June – 12th June 2014
- Questions were asked offline to an unweighted base of 1970 adults aged 15+ across Great Britain.
- Data have been weighted to the known population profile
- Full data tables are available upon request.
- Where percentages do not add up to 100, this may be due to computer rounding, multiple responses, or the exclusion of don’t know categories.
- All figures are percentages based on the total sample 1970 unless otherwise stated.
Commissioning Complex Evaluations
Commissioning complex evaluations? How do you de-risk specifying and proposing complexity-appropriate methods in tender processes and get the right commissioner-contractor balance for responsive and collaborative delivery? Thoughts below from Ipsos MORI’s Policy and Evaluation Unit.