NHS funding Funding increases of around 4% a year above inflation are needed to ensure the quality of care and meet rising pressures, which is significantly higher than current plans
The NHS needs adequate funding to meet rising demand and costs but funding has increased at historically low levels in the past decade.
We conduct research and analysis of NHS finances and funding to inform policymaking and ensure the debate is evidence-based and focused on the future.
A briefing analysing the challenges for health and social care following the publication of the NHS long term plan, including the implications for activity levels and workforce in the NHS in England.
Join us online for the inaugural REAL Challenge Lecture by Sir Andrew Dilnot which will outline how some of the key challenges in health and social care are exacerbated by a short-termist approach, an...
Health Foundation's response to the Prime Minister’s announcement of plans to ‘build back better’ in the wake of coronavirus.
Health Foundation response to the Association of Directors of Adult Social Services (ADASS) Budget Survey 2020.
This update gives revised estimates for the social care funding gap and sets out how and why our estimates have changed over time.
Health Foundation submission to the Health and Social Care Select Committee inquiry on how much extra money is needed in each of the next five years to counteract the impact of a shortage of care on t...
Health Foundation analysis of parties’ NHS and social care funding pledges for the 2019 General Election.
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