19 December 2014
We have responded to the launch of the NHS Planning Guidance for 2015/16 The Forward View into action: planning for 2015/16. The guidance sets out how NHS organisations will make a start towards achieving the vision set out in the Forward View i...
15 December 2014
A new Health Foundation report reveals the difficult circumstances including the ongoing reorganisation of the NHS which resulted in the decision to block the merger of two hospitals in Bournemouth and Poole.
05 December 2014
Today (Friday 5 December) sees the launch is the Dalton Review, the long anticipated review of NHS provider policy by Sir David Dalton, the Chief Executive of Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust. The Health Foundation reacts.
04 December 2014
The Health Foundation has today (Thursday 4 December) announced plans to work with NHS England to boost the expertise available in the NHS to improve the quality of patient care throughout the UK.
03 December 2014
We have responded to the Chancellor's autumn statement which included additional funding for the NHS.
01 December 2014
Dr Jennifer Dixon, Chief Executive of the Health Foundation has responded to Secretary of State for Health, Jeremy Hunt’s, statement on the Five year forward view, and the funding announcements expected in Wednesday's Autumn statement.
07 November 2014
We have responded to the report by the National Audit Office (NAO), Whitehall's spending watchdog, released today (Friday 7 November 2014) revealed that the financial position of the NHS has worsened since 2012-13, with growing financial st...
23 October 2014
We have responded to the five year Forward View published 23 October, which outlines why the health service needs to change and the actions required to deliver transformed care for patients.
16 October 2014
The Secretary of State for Health, Jeremy Hunt MP, has today revealed that poor care costs the NHS up to £2.5bn every year and argues for further cultural change to improve patient safety. Dr Jennifer Dixon responds.
16 October 2014
Read our response to the CQC's fifth annual report on the state of health and care services in England, which has revealed frontline staff delivering excellent care but also poor services where people are not getting the care they should expect.