We aim to ensure that policy development is informed by impartial analysis and evidence
Effective policymaking should always be informed by the reality of frontline service delivery. We use what we know works on the ground to inform effective policymaking and vice versa.
Our recent work and content on this topic is listed below.
Explore the history of NHS reform with our dedicated microsite, including timelines of six key policy themes.
This working paper explores the migration and mobility of health workers. It summarises the international health care labour market, and discussess policy options to respond to a growing need for heal...
Meeting the Sustainable Development Goal targets on health will require efforts well beyond the health care system. Is enough happening to keep us healthy in the UK? Emma Spencelayh explores.
Poll conducted for the Health Foundation in partnership with The King’s Fund, Nuffield Trust and the Institute for Fiscal Studies to mark the 70th Anniversary of the NHS.
Our recent joint report with the Institute for Fiscal Studies projects the NHS will need 4% annual real growth over the next five years to stay as is, and nearer 5% to modernise given the backlog from...
New report looks at three aspects of what constitutes a good health care system in the UK compared to 18 similar developed countries, including France, Germany, Italy, Japan and the USA.
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