Responding to the publication of a new draft workforce strategy published today by Health Education England, Anita Charlesworth, Director of Research and Economics at the Health Foundation comments...
New analysis examining early impact of changes to A&E and urgent care services in Northumberland following the opening of the country’s first bespoke emergency hospital in Cramlington in 2015.
Four organisations have each been awarded £145,000 by the Health Foundation to replicate successful health and care interventions using social franchising and licensing techniques.
This project is a quantitative analysis of available data to map the social determinants of health in today’s young people and assess their influence on future health trajectories.
Read our response to the government’s commitment to publish a green paper on social care next summer.
New Health Foundation analysis shows how much extra capacity could be needed to meet the target.
Read our response to NHS England's combined monthly performance statistics.
Jennifer Dixon, Chief Executive of the Health Foundation, responded to the speeches made by the Secretary of State and Simon Stevens at the NHS Providers conference today.
Based on the government’s current spending plans, our analysis estimates there will be a funding gap of at least £20 billion by 2022/23.