Critical and lasting shortages in the health care workforce mean that the forthcoming NHS Long Term Plan risks becoming an unachievable ‘wish list’ of initiatives to improve the health service. If ...
People in most deprived areas of England develop multiple health conditions 10 years earlier than those in least deprived
People in the most deprived areas in England can expect to have two or more health conditions at 61 years.
Health Foundation selects five projects for new programme to increase continuity of care in general practice
The Health Foundation is supporting five large-scale GP practices and federations to carry out targeted improvement work to increase continuity in their practices.
Our response to the Department of Health and Social Care's Prevention Vision
The Health Foundation has responded to a Lancet study showing that rates of premature mortality are two times higher in the most deprived areas of England compared to the most affluent. Tim Elwe...
Our briefing paper states that the additional money is now needed to reallocate the grant to better meet public need while restoring damaging real terms losses.
Health Foundation responds to NHS Digital data on Adult Social Care and Finance Activity.
Commenting on findings put out by the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health, Tim Elwell-Sutton, Assistant Director of Strategic Partnerships, at the Health Foundation, said: ‘Some of the...
The CQC State of Care report shows how much pressure there is on health and social care services and how hard staff are working to maintain quality and access.
The views of trust leaders underline what we already know: that business as usual and short-term thinking will not deliver significant savings, reduce waste, or improve the quality of care.