Did funding cuts in health and social care budgets lead to excess mortality in England? The devil is in the detail
Does the latest research into the impact of austerity in health and social care on mortality establish a clear causal relationship?
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 ...
The evenings are drawing in, and NHS minds are once again focusing on the impending winter pressures.
At the heart of every good health system is one that provides good emergency care.
How much should we spend on the NHS? Many feel that we should be spending more. And not without reason, perhaps.
The Behavioural Insights Team (BIT) and the Policy Institute at King’s College London are beginning to make some inroads in our work with a London hospital to hardwire behavioural insights into the...
The NHS might be 'the closest thing the English have to a religion'. To an extent this is true - but people’s views are much more mixed across the topics we polled them on.
Mental health problems affect 1 in 4 people each year – yet only £1 out of £8 in commissioner budgets is spent on mental health.