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.
In our first blog looking at winter pressures, we look at the measures taken beyond hospitals to avoid the known threats of winter.
We’ve spent the last year collaborating with others to explore how social franchising and licensing can spread proven interventions to make care better.
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.
Housing services can be designed to tackle both health and housing needs simultaneously.
Wednesday’s Budget felt like one of the most eagerly awaited in years. Our Senior External Affairs Manager, Pete Stilwell, rounds up our work in response to the announcement.
The NHS presents an economic dilemma. On the one hand we boast one of the best performing and most highly efficient health care systems in the world, yet on the other we see services and the staff ...