Supporting health care improvement
Improving health service delivery, and spreading what works, are a major part of the solution to the challenges facing the NHS. But making change happen in health care is complex.
The Health Foundation invests £15m a year in improving health service delivery across the UK, supporting innovation and improvement, and the spread of successful ideas.
As well as diagnosing problems we offer solutions; sharing learning from our programmes and helping those in the system make sense of how change happens.
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As part of our work to support improvements in health care, we have been exploring the wider contribution that health care services can make to improving health through an increased focus on prevention, health inequalities and tackling the social determinants of health.
We aim to share best practice and knowledge on quality improvement, from how to spread new ideas to developing approaches to evaluation.
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Q is an initiative connecting people with improvement expertise across the UK.Find out more