In her latest blog for the Health Foundation, Chief Executive Jennifer Dixon offers up her suggestions for the NHS long term plan.
The funding increase announced by the Prime Minister, while substantial, is below the estimates of the funding growth of 4% a year that would be required to further improve and modernise the NHS.
For the sake of our ageing population, resolving the thorny issue of how to pay for this vital public service is essential
Rising and more complex demands on the NHS require radical reform from the bottom up, writes Jennifer Dixon.
Majority of young people in the UK and those on lower incomes fear they will have to pay to use health care in the future
New polling data finds that 55% of people aged 15-24 in the UK believe in 70 years’ time they will have to pay for NHS services that are free to use now.
The third of five briefings to inform and encourage a national conversation about the past, prese...
Our response to the Prime Minister’s speech on NHS funding today.
Our submission outlines our key points we consider pertinent for the Public Accounts Committee in...
This report analyses the profile and trends of the NHS workforce. It also focuses on two pressure...