Health and social care sustainability
To maintain and improve care while demand and costs are rising, the health and social care system needs adequate funding, a skilled workforce and increases in productivity
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Five messages for government about priorities and options for social care reform in England.
Health Foundation says political will and £7.5bn of additional government funding will establish a fairer, more stable care s...
New analysis from the Health Foundation shows that delivering the ambitious vision set out in the new NHS Long Term Plan plan...
A briefing analysing the challenges for health and social care following the publication of the NHS long term plan, including...
A report outlining how short-term thinking has resulted in years of inadequate capital spending for the NHS in England, riski...
Staffing is the make-or-break issue for the NHS in England. This report sets out a series of policy actions that should be at...
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Funding increases of around 4% a year above inflation are needed to ensure the quality of care and meet rising pressures, whi...
Based on current spending, our analysis shows that a social care funding gap of £18bn will open up by 2030/31
A long-term, continuous focus on efficiency and productivity is essential to ensure health care quality
Adequate funding and a strategic, long-term approach to planning are needed for a sufficient and skilled workforce.
We conduct research and analysis to inform policymaking and ensure the debate is evidence-based, and focused on the future.
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