Refereed Journal articles
Baltussen, R., Mitton, C., Danis, M., Williams, I., & Gold, M. (2017). Global developments in priority setting in health. International Journal of Health Policy and Management, 6(3), 127.
Hunter, D., Williams, I. et al. (2016) Public involvement in health priority setting: future challenges for policy, research and society. Journal of Health Organisation and Management. Journal of Health Organization and Management, 30(5), 796-808.
Williams, I. (2015) Receptive rationing: reflections and suggestions for priority setters in health care. Journal of Health Organisation and Management (in press).
Williams, I., Bryan, S. (2015) Lonely at the top and stuck in the middle? The ongoing challenge of using cost effectiveness information in priority setting. International Journal of Health Policy and Management 4(3): 185–187.
Williams, I. and Dickinson, H. (2015) Going It Alone or Playing to the Crowd? A Critique of Individual Budgets and the Personalisation of Health Care in the English National Health Service. Australian Journal of Public Administration, DOI: 10.1111/1467-8500.12155
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, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1179/1750168714Y.0000000027
Robert, G., Harlock, J., and Williams, I. (2014) Disentangling rhetoric and reality: an international Delphi study of factors and processes that facilitate the successful implementation of decisions to decommission health care services, Implementation Science 9: 123. doi:10.1186/s13012-014-0123-y
Smith, N., Mitton, C., Davison, A., Williams, I. (2014) A politics of priority setting: Ideas, Interests and Institutions in Healthcare Resource Allocation. Public Policy and Administration, 29(4): 331-347.
Williams, I (2014) Who wants to live forever? Organisational decline in health care, Journal of Health Services and Research Policy, Published online December 22, 2014. doi: 10.1177/1355819614564813.
Williams, I., Phillips, D., Nicholson, C., Shearer, H. (2014) Evaluation of a deliberative approach to citizen involvement in health care priority setting. Leadership in Health Services, 27 (1), 5 – 19.
Durose, C., Dickinson, H., Richardson, L. and Williams, I. (2013) Dos and don’ts for involving citizens in the design and delivery of health and social care. Journal of Integrated Care, 21 (6), 26 – 335.
Williams, I, Bovaird, T, Brown, H, Allen, K, Dickinson, H, Kennedy, J and Glasby, J (2013), Designing whole-systems commissioning: lessons from the English experience, Journal of Care Services Management, 6(2), 83-92.
Daniels, T., Williams, I., Robinson, S. (2013) Tackling Disinvestment in Health Care Services: the views of resource allocators in the English NHS, Journal of Health Organisation and Management, 27 (6): 762 – 780. DOI 10.1108/JHOM-11-2012-0225
Williams, I. (2013) Institutions and health care rationing: the example of health care coverage in the English National Health Service, Policy and Politics.
Robinson, S, Williams, I et al (2012), The practice of priority setting and rationing in health care: the English Experience, Social Science and Medicine.
Robinson, S., Dickinson, H., Freeman, T., Rumboldt, B. and Williams, I. (2012) Structures and processes for priority setting by healthcare funders: a national survey of primary care trusts in England. Health Services Management Research 25(3): 113-20.
Lafi, R., Robinson, S., Williams, I. (2012) Economic evaluation and health care rationing in Jordan: a study of national-level priority setting. Value in Health
McCafferty, S., Williams, I., Hunter, D., Robinson, S., Donaldson, C.& Bate, A. (2012) Implementing world class commissioning competencies. Journal of Health Services Research and Policy, 17: 40-48.
Williams, I. (2012) Organisational readiness for innovation in health care: some lessons from the recent literature. Health Services Management Research, 24(4): 213-8.
Dickinson, H., Williams, I., Freeman, T. & Robinson, S. (2012) Resource scarcity and priority setting: from management to leadership in the rationing of health care? Public Money and Management, 31(5): 363-370.
Williams, I. & Shearer, H. (2011) Appraising Public Value: past, present and futures. Public Administration 89(4): 1367-1384.
Williams, I., Dickinson, H., Robinson, S. (2011) Joined-up rationing? An analysis of priority setting in health and social care commissioning. Journal of Integrated Care 19(1): 3-11.
Robinson, S., Dickinson, H., Freeman, T., Williams, I. (2011) Disinvestment in health: the challenges facing general practitioner (GP) commissioners. Public Money and Management 31(2) 145-148.
Williams, I. and Glasby, J. (2010) Making 'what works' work: the use of knowledge in UK health and social care decision-making. Policy and Society. Advance online access doi10.1016/j.polsoc.2010.03.002.
Williams, I. and Dickinson, H. (2010) Can knowledge management enhance technology adoption in health care? A review of the literature. Evidence & Policy 6(3): 309-31.
Williams, I., Robinson, S. & Dickinson, H. (2012) Rationing in Health Care: the theory and practice of priority setting. Policy Press, Bristol.
Williams, I. (2016) ‘The governance of coverage in health systems: England’s National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE)’ in Greer, SL., Wismar, M. and Figueras, J. (eds.) Strengthening Health System Governance: Better policies, stronger performance. Open University Press: Berkshire pp.159-172.
Williams, I and Bryan, S (2015) Using economic evaluation in priority setting: what do we know and what can we do? In E.Nagel, M, Lauerer and V Schatzlein (eds) Legitimization and framework of prioritization in medicine: an international dialogue. Springer Verlag, Germany.
Williams, I. & Bryan, S. (2012) Creating a receptive environment. In C. Mitton, S. Peacock & S. Bryan (eds.) Managing scarcity in health care: a handbook for decision makers. Longwoods Publishing (forthcoming).
Bryan S. & Williams I. (2014) Adoption of New Technologies, Using Economic Evaluation. In: AJ. Culyer (ed.) Encyclopedia of Health Economics, Vol 1. San Diego: Elsevier, pp. 26-31.
Williams, I. (2011) Receptive contexts and the role of knowledge management in evidence-based practice. In J. Glasby (ed.) Evidence, Policy and Practice: critical perspectives in health and social care. Policy Press, Bristol pp.99-119.
Williams, I. (2011) Allocating resources for health care: setting and managing priorities. In K. Walshe & J. Smith (eds.) Healthcare Management. (2nd ed) Open University Press/ McGraw Hill, Basingstoke.
Williams, I. & Robinson, S. (2011) Priority setting and decision making. In J. Glasby (ed.) Commissioning for Health and Well-being: an introduction. Policy Press, Bristol.
Williams I, Harlock J, Robert G, Mannion R, Brearley S & Hall K. Decommissioning health care: identifying best practice through primary and secondary research a prospective mixed-methods study. Health Serv Deliv Res 2017;5(22)
Needham, C., Sawbridge, Y. And Williams, I. (2013), Tesco and Starbucks have little to teach the NHS. Health Service Journal.
Williams, I., Dickinson, H. & Robinson, S. (2011) Disinvestment: cutting with care. The Health Service Journal 121(6256): 24-25.
Williams, I., Brown, H., Bovaird, T., Posaner, R. & Glasby, J. (2012) A review of the evidence to inform strategic commissioning in the London Borough of Newham, HSMC/London Borough of Newham.
Bate, A., Donaldson, C., Hunter, D., McCafferty, S., Robinson, S. & Williams, I. (2011) Implementation of the World Class Commissioning Competencies: a survey and case-study evaluation. Research commissioned by Policy Research Programme at the UK Department of Health (Reference PR-PB-1007-10005).
Robinson, S., Dickinson, H., Williams, I., Freeman, T., Rumbold, B. & Spence, K. (2011) Priority setting: an exploratory study of English Primary Care Trusts. Research report for the Nuffield Trust, UK.
Williams, I. & Shearer, H. (2010) Public Value and the English NHS: a review of the literature. NHS Institute for Innovation and Improvement/Warwick Business School, UK.