Ross Millar
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Social return on investment (SROI) and performance measurement: The opportunities and barriers for social enterprises in health and social care
R Millar, K Hall
Public Management Review 15 (6), 923-941, 2013
Hospital board oversight of quality and patient safety: a narrative review and synthesis of recent empirical research
R Millar, R Mannion, T Freeman, HTO Davies
The Milbank Quarterly 91 (4), 738-770, 2013
Jumped or pushed: what motivates NHS staff to set up a social enterprise?
K Hall, R Miller, R Millar
Social Enterprise Journal, 2012
Social enterprise in health organisation and management: hybridity or homogeneity?
R Millar
Journal of Health Organization and Management, 2012
Public, private or neither? Analysing the publicness of health care social enterprises
K Hall, R Miller, R Millar
Public Management Review 18 (4), 539-557, 2016
Hospital board oversight of quality and safety: a stakeholder analysis exploring the role of trust and intelligence
R Millar, T Freeman, R Mannion
BMC Health Services Research 15 (1), 1-12, 2015
Start up and sustainability: marketisation and the social enterprise investment fund in England
K Hall, P Alcock, R Millar
Journal of Social Policy 41 (4), 733-749, 2012
Do Hospital Boards matter for better, safer, patient care?
R Mannion, HTO Davies, R Jacobs, P Kasteridis, R Millar, T Freeman
Social Science & Medicine 177, 278-287, 2017
Enacting corporate governance of healthcare safety and quality: a dramaturgy of hospital boards in England
T Freeman, R Millar, R Mannion, H Davies
Sociology of health & illness 38 (2), 233-251, 2016
New development: Spin-outs and social enterprise: the ‘right to request’programme for health and social care services
R Miller, R Millar, K Hall
Public Money & Management 32 (3), 233-236, 2012
K Hall, R Miller, R Millar
Jumped or pushed: what motivates NHS staff to set up a social enterprise, 49-62, 2014
Framing quality improvement tools and techniques in healthcare
R Millar
Journal of Health Organization and Management, 2013
Social enterprise spin-outs from the English health service: a Right to Request but was anyone listening?
R Miller, R Millar
University of Birmingham, 2011
Understanding the knowledge gaps in whistleblowing and speaking up in health care: narrative reviews of the research literature and formal inquiries, a legal analysis and …
R Mannion, J Blenkinsopp, M Powell, J McHale, R Millar, N Snowden, ...
Health Services and Delivery Research 6 (30), 2018
Overseeing oversight: governance of quality and safety by hospital boards in the English NHS
R Mannion, H Davies, T Freeman, R Millar, R Jacobs, P Kasteridis
Journal of health services research & policy 20 (1_suppl), 9-16, 2015
Effective board governance of safe care: a (theoretically underpinned) cross-sectioned examination of the breadth and depth of relationships through national quantitative …
R Mannion, T Freeman, R Millar, H Davies
NIHR Journals Library, 2016
Healthcare reform in China: making sense of a policy experiment?
R Millar, W Jian, R Mannion, R Miller
Journal of health organization and management, 2016
A story of strategic change: becoming a social enterprise in English health and social care
R Millar, K Hall, R Miller
Journal of social entrepreneurship 4 (1), 4-22, 2013
What was the programme theory of New Labour's Health System Reforms?
R Millar, M Powell, A Dixon
Journal of Health Services Research & Policy 17 (1_suppl), 7-15, 2012
Coping and compromise: a qualitative study of how primary health care providers respond to health reform in China
M Zhang, W Wang, R Millar, G Li, F Yan
Human resources for health 15 (1), 1-12, 2017
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