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Quality, access and affordability: can the NHS do it all?

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Richard Taunt 17 July 2014
Like many others working in health policy, I’m a big fan of a well chosen metaphor. My favourite at the moment is the so-called ‘iron triangle’ – that all health care systems a...
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Making QI business as usual for health care

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Jo Bibby 17 July 2014
With Glastonbury, Wimbledon and the World Cup over, half of 2014 is already behind us. And looking back over the last six months, there are three things which I think will play out to have significant...
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We owe it to patients and taxpayers

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Anita Charlesworth 10 July 2014
The annual report on the sustainability of public finances was published today by the Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR) – the government's independent economic forecaster. These are numbers...
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Is there a role for self management in preventing dementia?

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David Pearce 08 July 2014
David Cameron’s challenge to the pharmaceutical industry a few weeks ago to accelerate the drive to find a cure for dementia can only be welcomed. The present medications available to patients w...
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Shine like a star: inspirational improvement innovations

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Jo Bibby 26 June 2014
One of my favourite days in the Health Foundation calendar must be the annual Shine event. Each year, for the past three years, the clinical teams we have supported through Shine have reported back th...
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