Funding and sustainability
We carry out research and analysis on health and care finances to promote effective policymaking
The sustainability of the NHS and social care system is likely to become an even bigger issue in coming years, in the face of funding constraints, increasing demand, workforce shortages and wide variation in the quality and productivity of care. Our work on NHS finances is designed to help the health and care service to navigate these difficult times.
Our recent work and content on this topic is listed below.
The latest report in the Health Foundation’s annual series on NHS finances
Health Foundation response to Government's announcement of £3.5bn a year funding for primary and community healthcare by 2023/4.
We are seeking a supplier to help us scope and present options for the precise role of, and the commissioning and running of, the proposed Health and Social Care Sustainability Research Centre the Hea...
Earlier this year, the prime minister announced a financial settlement for the NHS over the next five years of 3.4% real terms growth, or £20.5bn (€23bn; $27bn) a year by 2023-24.1 Although greater th...
The Health Foundation yesterday released analysis following the budget, which included calculations of what the budgets will be in the coming years for NHS England and the wider Department of Health a...
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