Long-term conditions Millions of people in England live with one or more long-term physical or mental health conditions
Supporting people living with long-term conditions to take control of their health and care can lead to a better quality of life. It also plays a role in creating a more sustainable health care system.
Our recent work and content on this topic is listed below.
In this blog, GP Rebecca Fisher explores the challenges in helping patients to manage multiple conditions.
This project will use the programming language R to analyse prescription data to provide clinicians with adherence estimates and visualisation of medication histories at the point of care.
Health Foundation responds to Public Accounts Committee report on NHS waiting times for elective and cancer treatment.
People in most deprived areas of England develop multiple health conditions 10 years earlier than those in least deprived
People in the most deprived areas in England can expect to have two or more health conditions at 61 years.
As the number of people with multiple health conditions grows, meeting their needs will be one of the biggest challenges facing the NHS.
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