Sharlene McGee shares some key lessons from the Health Foundation's Economies for Healthier Lives programme that could help inform the government's new WorkWell pilots.
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Heather Wilson, a registered nurse and Health Foundation Programme and Policy Officer, on the effects of overcrowded hospitals on patients, staff and families
Ellen Coughlan shares initial findings from work looking into how local government can make better use of data to tackle health inequalities.
This blog explores how the contribution of health care to health is measured and considers how best to prioritise spending to improve health.
Anita Charlesworth looks at the two key issues that have taken centre stage this winter: NHS activity and funding.
Matthew Taylor and Penny Pereira highlight a new partnership between NHS Confederation, the Health Foundation and the Q community to support health and care systems across the UK.
Jennie Leggat highlights the impacts of local government underfunding on people’s health and highlights how using Health Impact Assessment could help to minimise these.