Our response to the Prime Minister’s speech on NHS funding today.
The Health Foundation launches inquiry into health prospects for the next generation
Funding increase will help stem further decline, but not enough to address fundamental challenges facing NHS or fund essential improvements to flagging services.
NHS Confederation-commissioned research from the Health Foundation and IFS sets out strong evidence supporting an increase in spending on social care.
Health Foundation responds to the Association for the Directors of Adult Social Services (ADASS) survey
The report from ADASS is yet more evidence of the fragile state of social care.
Health Foundation response to Welsh Government’s long-term plan for the future of health and social care in Wales
We welcome the Welsh government’s plan to bring health and social care services closer together and its focus on health, wellbeing and prevention.
Eighteen outstanding health care leaders have been selected from across Europe to join Sciana: The Health Leaders network, an international initiative that brings together health care leaders to ad...
Hospitals are treating higher numbers of sicker patients than ever before and the reality is that this comes with a price tag.
Cost pressures on the NHS will only grow: it needs a long term funding solution, and that is likely to mean substantial tax rise
To secure modest improvements in NHS services, funding increases of near 4% a year would be required over the medium term, with 5% annual increases in the short run.