Miller, R & Glasby, J (2016) “‘Much ado about nothing?’ Pursuing the ‘holy grail’ of health and social care integration under the Coalition”, in Exworthy M , Mannion R, Powell M (2016) Dismantling the NHS: evaluating the impact of health reform, Bristol: Policy Press.
Rees, J, Miller, R, & Buckingham, H (2016). Commission incomplete: exploring the new model for purchasing public services from the third sector. Journal of Social Policy, 1-20.
Miller, R, Brown, H and Mangan, C (2016) Integrated Care in Action: A practical guide for health, social care and housing support, London: Jessica Kingsley.
Jelphs, K, Dickinson, H, and Miller, R (2016) Working in Teams, Bristol: Policy Press.
Miller, R (2015) ‘Prevention and independence in adult social care’, in RIPFA (2015) Re-imagining social care, Totnes: RIPFA.
Powell, M, & Miller, R (2016). Seventy Years of Privatizing the British National Health Service? Social Policy & Administration, 50(1), 99-118.
Mangan, C, Miller, R, & Ward, C (2015). Knowing me, knowing you: inter-professional working between general practice and social care. Journal of Integrated Care, 23(2). 62-73.
Glasby, J. and Miller, R. (2015) New conversations between old players? The relationship between general practice and social care, Journal of Integrated Care, 23(2), 42-52
Millar, R, Jian, W, Mannion, R and Miller, R (forthcoming) 'Healthcare reform in China: making sense of a policy experiment?' Journal of Health Organisation and Management.
Miller, R & Freeman, T. (2015) Managing change in social care, London: SSCR.
Miller, R (2015). Changing organisational culture: another role for self-advocacy? Tizard Learning Disability Review, 20(2), 69-76.
Miller, R, & Appleton, S (2015). Multiple exclusion homelessness: is simplicity the answer to this complexity? Journal of Integrated Care, 23(1).
Hall, K, Miller, R, & Millar, R (2015). Public, Private or Neither? Analysing the publicness of health care social enterprises. Public Management Review, 1-19.
Sanderson, H & Miller, R (2014). The Individual Service Funds Handbook: Implementing Personal Budgets in Provider Organisations. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.
Miller, R, & Rees, J (2014). Mental health commissioning: master or subject of change?. Mental Health Review Journal, 19(3), 145-155.
Miller, R, Williams, I, Allen, K and Glasby, J (2014) Evidence, insight, or intuition? Investment decisions in the commissioning of prevention services for older people, Journal of Care Services Management, 7 (4), pp. 119-127.
Miller, R Mangan, C & Cooper, J (2014) Time for some home truths – exploring the relationship between GPs and social workers, Journal of Integrated Care, 22 (2), pp. 51 - 61.
Powell, M and Miller, R (2014) Framing Privatisation in the English National Health Service. Journal of Social Policy, available on CJO2014. doi:10.1017/S0047279414000269.
Miller, R, Combes, G, Brown, H, & Harwood, A (2014). Interprofessional workplace learning: a catalyst for strategic change?. Journal of interprofessional care, 28(3), 186-193.
Glasby, J, Miller, R and Posaner, R (2013) SSCR Scoping Review: New Conversations Between Old Players? The Relationship between General Practice and Social Care in an Era of Clinical Commissioning. NIHR School for Social Care Research, London.
Miller, R (2013) “Care trusts.” In Santini, S., Barbabella, F. and Lamura, G. (2013) Deliverable 2.1: Album of European Good Practices. Anacoa, Italy: INRCA. pp.11-23.
Miller, R, Mangan, C and Allen, K (2013) Older people’s prevention services: Comparing perspectives of local authorities and the third sector. London: NIHR School for Social Care Research.
Miller, R, Allen, K, Mangan, C And Glasby, J (2013) Singing from the same hymn sheet? Commissioning of preventative services from the third sector, Journal of Integrated Care, 21 (5), 288 – 299. DOI: 10.1108/JICA-07-2013-0026
Miller, R (2013) Third sector organisations: unique or simply other qualified providers? Journal of Public Mental Health, 12(2): 103-112.
Powell, M and Miller, R (2013) Behind the Jargon. Privatising the British National Health Service: an irregular verb? Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law, 38(5): 1051-1059.
Miller, R & Allen, K (2013) Prevention services, social care and older people: much discussed but little researched? Research Findings 17. London: National Institute for Health Research, School for Social Care Research.
Ellins, J, Glasby, J, Tanner, D, McIver, S, Davidson, D, Littlechild, R, Snelling, I, Miller, R, Hall, K, Spence, K & the Care Transitions Project co-researchers. (2012) Understanding and improving transitions of older people: a user and carer centred approach. London: The Stationery Office, The National Institute for Health Research.
Miller, R & Glasby, J (2012) “Partnership”. In Worsley, A., Mann, T., Olsen, A. & Mason-Whitehead, E. (eds.) Key concepts in social work practice. London: Sage Publications Ltd. pp.161-165
Millar, R, Hall, K & Miller, R (2012) A story of strategic change: becoming a social enterprise in English health and social care. Journal of Social Entrepreneurship, 4(1): 4-22.
Miller, R, Hall, K & Millar, R (2012) Right to request social enterprises: a welcome addition to third sector delivery of health care? Voluntary Sector Review, 3(2): 275-285
Hall, K, Miller, R & Millar, R (2012) Jumped or pushed: what motivates NHS staff to set up a social enterprise? Social Enterprise Journal, 8(1): 49-62.
Miller, R Millar, R & Hall, K (2012) New development: spin-outs and social enterprise: the‘right to request’ programme for health and social care services. Public Money & Management, 32(3): 233-236.
Dickinson, H & Miller, R (2011) GP commissioning: implications for the third sector. Voluntary Sector Review, 2(2): 165-273.
Miller, R, Dickinson, H & Glasby, J (2011) The care trust pilgrims. Journal of Integrated Care, 19(4): 14-21.
Dickinson, H, Glasby, J, Miller, R & McArthy, L (2009) Whose outcomes are they anyway? Report of the pilot evaluation of a joint service. Journal of Integrated Care, 17(1): 37-44
Miller, R., Glasby, J., Cox, B. & Trimble, A. (2010) A liberated NHS: but will it lead health and social care together or force us apart? Journal of Integrated Care, 18(6): 42-44.
Policy & Working Papers
Millar, R., Hall, H. & Miller, R. (2016) Increasing the role of Alternative Business Models in the health and social care: an evidence review, Cardiff: Public Policy Institute for Wales.
Appleton, S. & Miller, R. (2015) What the evidences tell us about Improving Urgent Care for Older People, NHS Confederation Commission on Improving Urgent Care for Older People.
Miller, R. (2015) Commissioning, Outcome and Consortia: Ten key questions for commissioners & third sector organisations from the carers tender in Birmingham. HSMC Policy Paper 19. Birmingham: Health Services Management Centre.
Miller, R. & Whitehead, C. (2015) Inside out and down: Community based approaches to social care prevention in a time of austerity Birmingham : IEWM.
Miller, R., Freeman, T., Davidson, D. and Glasby, J. (2015) An adult social care compendium of approaches and tools for organisational change. Birmingham: Health Services Management Centre
Rees, J., Miller, R. and Buckingham, H. (2014) Public sector commissioning of local mental health services from the third sector, Third Sector Research Centre Working Paper 122, May 2014.
Miller, R. (2014) Is integration or fragmentation the starting point to improve prevention? HSMC Policy Paper 17. Birmingham: University of Birmingham, Health Services Management Centre.
Glasby, J., Miller, R. and Lynch, J. (2013) ‘Turning the welfare state upside down?’ Developing a new adult social care offer. HSMC Policy Paper 15. Birmingham: University of Birmingham, Health Services Management Centre.
Miller, R. & Larkin, N. (2013) Personalisation: a new dawn or the end of the road for third sector support for carers? Working Paper 104. Birmingham: University of Birmingham, Third Sector Research Centre.
Ward, C., Mangan, C. & Miller, R. (2013) Health & Wellbeing Boards: orchestrating the possible for integrated care. London: OPM Group.
Miller, R. & Brown, H. (2012) A lifeline: the impact of attending stroke groups on stroke survivors and their family carers: Year 1 interim report from Long Term Support Group Model Evaluation. Birmingham: University of Birmingham, Health Services Management Centre.
Miller, R., Dickinson, H. & Glasby, J. (2011) The vanguard of integration or a lost tribe? Care trusts ten years on. Policy Paper 10. Birmingham: University of Birmingham, Health Services Management Centre.
Miller, R. & Millar, R. (2011) Social enterprise spin-outs from the English health service: a right to request but was anyone listening? Working Paper 52. Birmingham: University of Birmingham, Third Sector Research Centre.
Glasby, J., Dickinson, H. & Miller, R. (2011) All in this together? Making best use of health and social care resources in an era of austerity. HSMC Policy Paper 9. Birmingham: University of Birmingham, Health Services Management Centre.
Selected Conference Presentations
Miller, R., Ellins, J., Singh, K. & Batte, F. (2016) Financial incentives : the key enabler for integrated primary care? EFPC 2016 Riga Conference 4-6 September "Crosscutting Informal Care and Professional Primary Care"
Miller, R. & Mangan, C. (2016): Crossing the tracks: continuing inter-professional development in social and primary care, 16th International Conference on Integrated Care (ICIC16), Barcelona 23-25 May 2016
Miller, R (2015) "Liberating the change? A bottom up approach to improving general practice” International Health Conference St Hugh’s College, Oxford, 25-27 June 2015
Miller, R., Coombes, G., Brown, H. & Harwood, A. (2013) “Interprofessional education: a potential bridge over the commissioner–provider divide?” 13th International Conference on Integrated Care, Berlin, 11-12 April 2013.
Miller, R., Allen, K. & Glasby, J. (2013) “A wing and a prayer? Evidence for integration within social care prevention services.” 13th International Conference on Integrated Care, Berlin 11-12 April 2013.