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- Our newsletter feature Chart of the month, which looks at a different health and health care topic each month and its implications for those working in the sector.
- Funding explained – our collection of interactive charts looking at the key past, present and future trends in health and social care funding and activity.
January 2019 Chart of the Month. Between 1997 and 2016, productivity across the UK NHS grew by 20%, at an average of around 1% per year.
December 2018 Chart of the Month. We examined the characteristics of people aged 65 or older living alone and the impact that living arrangements have on their health and health care use.
November 2018 chart of the month. The government’s vision for the role of prevention in improving health supports includes ensuring a 5-year increase in healthy life expectancy by 2035 and, in doing s...
October 2018 chart of the month. Since 2013/14, the maintenance backlog for NHS hospitals has risen substantially, with most of this from an increase in high and significant risk backlog.
August 2018 chart of the month. The 14-day waiting time standard from urgent GP referral for suspected cancer to first outpatient appointment has been missed for a whole quarter for the first time sin...
July 2018 chart of the month. The number of EU nurse registrants has dropped by 87% from 6,400 in 2016/17 to 800 in 2017/18.
June 2018 Chart of the Month. The Government has announced an increase to NHS England’s main budget of just over £20bn by 2023/24, an increase of 3.4% a year on average.
May 2018 Chart of the Month. It's estimated that social care spending pressures would grow at 3.7% per year to 2030/31: based on current estimates of the budget for social care this would leave a £6.1...
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