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A descriptive analysis of health care use by high cost, high need patients in England

Working paper
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October 2019

This paper explores health care use by the top 5% of users of primary and secondary care services by cost.

A healthy foundation for the future

Report
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October 2019

The final report from the Young people's future health inquiry, bringing together all of the inquiry's learnings and introducing the policy analysis that has taken place.

Allocative efficiency of health spending on older people

Research project

The Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) research team will investigate how public money is allocated across health and social care services for older people with different types of needs, and the effec...

Advancing our health: prevention in the 2020s

Consultation response
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October 2019

Health Foundation response to the Cabinet Office and Department of Health and Social Care Advancing our health: prevention in the 2020s consultation.

Network and competition effects in the diffusion of innovation in the NHS

Research project

​The Imperial College London project used a multidisciplinary research approach to explore the factors that influence the take-up of innovative cancer treatments in hospitals. 

Fixing the UK's broken social care system

Blog
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14 October 2019

The decisions we make about technology today will have implications for the entire social care system, says Lydia Nicholas, from tech think tank Doteveryone.

Care Quality Commission presents mixed picture of the state of care in England

Press release
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15 October 2019

Our response to the Care Quality Commission’s annual assessment of the state of health and social care in England.

Health care technology diffusion in the NHS and workforce impact

Research project

The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) team will investigate the effect that new health care technologies have on the NHS workforce. The overall aim of the project is to support ef...

How many young people are accruing the assets they need for a healthy transition into adulthood?

Working paper
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October 2019

This working paper uses longitudinal datasets to explore how many young people are accumulating the key asset for future health – including a place to call home, secure and rewarding work, and support...

A discrete choice experiment to value the personalisation of support for self-management of chronic pain

Research project

Led by Dr Christopher Burton, University of Aberdeen, this research aimed to examine how patients value the ways in which support for self-management of chronic pain is made personal to them, using di...