Emergency admissions in the NHS increase by almost half in a decade due to rise in sicker patients, new research shows
One in three patients admitted to hospital as an emergency has five or more health conditions, up from one in ten.
The briefing aims to introduce leaders of GP organisations to approaches to data sharing between practices that enable quality improvement.
In March 2018, for the first time in almost a decade, nearly half a million people waited longer than 18 weeks for planned care.
Six research projects selected to investigate the impact of people’s health on society and the economy
The programme is designed to develop understanding of how people’s health makes a vital contribution to society and the economy.
The GenerationQ programme equips senior leaders from health care practice, policy and the charity sector with the skills to drive forward and influence improvements across health care services and ...
Tim Gardener, Senior Policy Fellow, comments on the latest NHS England performance statistics.
To mark the 70th anniversary of the NHS, the Health Foundation will be working with a group of leading independent research organisations on a project with the BBC.