New briefing: Investing in The NHS long term plan
The NHS long term plan sets out an ambitious vision for health care. But our new analysis shows that delivering on this vision will be extremely challenging without urgent government action on wider health funding, including workforce, capital, prevention and social care.
The paradox of faster progress? It takes time…
Jennifer Dixon gives her highlights from the Health Foundation's 2019 annual event, which looked at the ingredients for faster progress in improving health and care.
Annual event livestream
Last month we held our third annual event: Faster progress to improve health and care: what are the ingredients? The plenary sessions were livestreamed and recorded and are now available to watch on demand.
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Funding available: the Social and Economic Value of Health in a Place
Our £1.5m Social and Economic Value of Health in a Place Research Programme is open for applications. This is a researcher-led open call for research that builds the evidence for health as an asset for the economy and society. We are inviting outline proposals for research to develop the concepts and metrics needed to understand how the health of a population in a given place, influences their social and economic outcomes.
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The Flow Coaching Academy programme: now recruiting
The Flow Coaching Academy programme, supported by The Health Foundation, aims to develop the capability to train improvement coaches across the UK.
They are looking to recruit up to three organisations to host Flow Coaching Academies with coach training commencing April 2020 in Sheffield. The programme is now open for expressions of interest.
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Learning from our Annual Event on how the NHS can influence and improve health beyond the direct provision of health care.
Charlotte Augst, CEO of National Voices, on how patients have an important role in shaping how the NHS works in the future.
Reshaping care on the ground requires teams to come together across sectors and work differently. It’s not always easy.
We spoke to Dr Indra Joshi from NHSX about how increased use of technology could help to reshape future NHS care.
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