As doctors, we pride ourselves on being highly motivated, trained and able. But does this always mean we’ll make choices that result in optimal patient outcomes?
Matthew Kershaw encourages NHS organisations to embrace its lessons for leaders and make a start.
At the heart of every good health system is one that provides good emergency care.
On World Mental Health Day, it’s timely to reflect on how mental health services are changing.
Newspapers have recently reported that up to 8,000 people die every year in England because of delays in discharging patients home from hospital. But what is the evidence for this claim?
New options for funding the NHS and social care in the UK: what can we learn from international experiences?
The task facing the government is not just to secure resources and deliver service change for the coming 5 years, but also to place health and social care services on strong financial foundations f...
Over the last few years, paramedic Sophie Clark has been working to link emergency department and ambulance data in London.
If groups of practices collaborate to pool data centrally, analyse and compare it, and then share learning across the network, can we improve care across all participating practices?
Our Senior Fellow, Martin Bardsley, talks about the Health Foundation’s work to build analytical capacity within the wider health service.
Failure in the NHS has received much attention in recent years, particularly in England. The Francis report into the failings in care at Mid Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust and the Berwick revie...