Health care quality analysis
Publications, briefings and blogs about health care quality and demand in the UK
We believe everyone in the UK should be able to access high-quality health care so they can live long and healthy lives.
By high-quality care, we mean it should be safe, effective, person-centred, timely, efficient and equitable.
The public expects care to be accessible when they need it, and that their quality of care should not be dependent on their health condition, their doctor or provider, where they live, their background, or their financial and other resources.
Our aim is to provide insight to inform national policymakers how they can strategically improve quality – and the actions needed to support the NHS and patients to access the data that will help them understand quality of care.
This briefing helps to explain what the implementation of primary care networks (PCNs) will mean for health and care in England, and highlights some of the opportunities and challenges with implementi...
Primary care networks (PCNs) went live on 1 July 2019. Despite their potential to improve primary care, how they’ll develop, and what changes patients can expect to notice remains unclear. Dr Rebecca ...
Health Foundation responds to Public Accounts Committee report on NHS waiting times for elective and cancer treatment.
The newly emerging PCNs provide an opportunity to tackle health inequalities in England but they will have to be careful to avoid perpetuating the problem.
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