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We regularly publish insights and analysis relating to policy and performance in health and social care in the UK, as well as comparisons with other international health systems.
Results from an Ipsos MORI survey commissioned by the Health Foundation between 17 and 29 July 2020.
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Launched at the end of May, NHS Test and Trace is not yet the ‘world-beating’ contact tracing programme we were promised. This long read examines the lessons of the journey so far.
This report sets out how economic development can be used to improve people’s health and reduce health inequalities in the UK.
Lucinda Allen and Tim Gardner discuss new polling that shows strong public support for an immigration route for social care and what such a policy could mean for the sector's workforce challenges.
COVID-19 may affect the number of GPs able to consult with patients face-to-face. We explore this problem in terms of geography, socioeconomic deprivation, GP availability and the number of patients p...
What are the five things we've learnt so far from a Ipsos MORI polling (commissioned by the Health Foundation) carried out between 1–10 May.
Emma Vestesson and Tim Gardner look at what recent changes in patient interaction with NHS services in England tell us.
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