The Department of Health today published its accounts for 2016/17. The DH underspent its Revenue Departmental Expenditure Limit (RDEL) by £563m in 2016/17. This follows an overspend in 2015/16.
Our response to the Prime Minister’s speech on NHS funding today.
'If I were Health Secretary...' What do people in the service think Jeremy Hunt's priorities should be?
We asked people at NHS Confederation’s annual conference this question, and around 60 senior leaders gave their views. The results make fascinating reading.
Our new report, written jointly with The King’s Fund, calls for a dedicated Transformation Fund to oversee and be accountable for essential changes to NHS services. Making change possible: a Transf...
Find out the key findings from a report assessing the performance of the NHS on the quality of patient care in all four UK countries since devolution, from the Health Foundation and Nuffield Trust.
This interactive chart on English NHS spending is from our report 'NHS finances: the challenge all political parties need to face'.
March 2015 chart of the month. This chart on funding pressures in the English NHS shows that spending on the English NHS could rise by £63bn in 2030/31 (2015/16 prices) to meet demand, if productiv...