The Health Foundation is an independent charity working to continuously improve the quality of heatlhcare in the UK
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We produce a wide range of multimedia resources from webinars to animations and slideshows. They cover many different aspects of our work including innovative projects funded by the Health Foundation.

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Date added: 08 May 2015
Content type: Video/webinar
In this webinar we examine how the NHS can strengthen its ability to change, and specifically how national policy can support and catalyse this.
Date added: 30 April 2015
Content type: Presentation
Do people support raising taxes to maintain the NHS? Do they think care has got better, worse, or stayed the same? Our pack of infographics pulls out ...
Date added: 08 April 2015
Content type: Video/webinar
We and the RSA brought together a panel of leading think tanks and commentators to debate the big health care issues in the run-up the 2015 general el...
Date added: 07 April 2015
Content type: Presentation
The full set of charts from our report, 'Hospital finances and productivity: in a critical condition?', where we examine the financial performance of ...
Date added: 07 April 2015
Content type: Presentation
Listen to Anita Charlesworth, our Chief Economist, run through the key findings from our April 2015 publication 'Hospital finances and productivity: i...
Date added: 04 April 2015
Content type: Presentation
We and Ipsos MORI conducted around 1,800 interviews with adults across Great Britain to understand what the public thinks about the issues that are sh...
Date added: 20 March 2015
Content type: Video/webinar
How can we create systems which are resilient enough both to deliver high quality health care and to enable quality improvement efforts to thrive?
Date added: 04 February 2015
Content type: Video/webinar
Dr Jennifer Dixon, our Chief Executive, gives an overview of our aims and activities, including new areas of work that we're moving in to in 2015.
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