The latest quarterly report from NHS Improvement predicts a larger than planned deficit as hospitals face ongoing pressures.
The interim findings are from a joint project between the Health Foundation and The King's Fund looking at options for funding adult social care in England.
New Health Foundation analysis shows how much extra capacity could be needed to meet the target.
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.
Conservative manifesto pledge will deliver extra money for NHS but leave £12bn funding gap by 2020/21
Our response to the Conservative pledge to increase funding for the NHS in England in their 2017 manifesto.
Labour’s pledge today to invest over £30bn in the English NHS would result in an immediate £7.4bn upfront cash boost for the health service, which would include an extra £2bn a year for capital inv...
The Health Foundation has called for increased investment in the NHS to halt planned reductions in spending per person over the next two years, in what will be the toughest decade of funding growth...
England could face a shortfall of 42,000 nurses by 2020, equivalent to 12% of the workforce, according to a new Health Foundation report.
The NHS in England is facing a major shortage of nurses. The latest data shows a shortfall of approximately 30,000 nurses based on estimates of the number needed by the NHS.
The Health Foundation today commented on research by the Institute for Fiscal Studies which has found that one in ten councils have cut spending on adult social care by more than a quarter. The res...