Long reads and data analysis Read the latest long reads and data analysis from the Health Foundation on health care improvement, sustainability, health policy, data analytics and population health

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How better use of data can help address key challenges facing the NHS

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Exploring the longstanding barriers to widespread use of data and data science in the NHS in England, and possible approaches to realise their full potential.

Debt and health

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Government action in 2020/21 eased financial pressures for many. But with those on low incomes and in poor health more likely to experience increases in debt, a debt hangover could yet emerge.

Government must be honest about consequences of not introducing new COVID-19 measures for the NHS

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13 January 2022

Health Foundation response to the latest NHS performance statistics.

George Stevenson

George joined the Health Foundation in September 2021 on a Degree Apprenticeship programme in Economics, studying for four years with the University of Kent.

What has happened to non-COVID mortality during the pandemic?

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Mortality across a host of non-COVID causes has changed, sometimes dramatically, during the past year and a half. This analysis explores what could lie behind these differences.

Caring for older patients with complex needs

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How does the NHS in England compare with health care systems in 11 OECD countries?

Have integrated care programmes reduced emergency admissions?

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Evidence on the short- and long-term effect of integrated care programmes on emergency hospital use to inform the national roll-out of Integrated Care Systems (ICS).

Going green: what do the public think about the NHS and climate change?

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What do the public think about climate change, health and the NHS net zero ambition, and why does this matter? Genevieve Cameron, Anya Gopfert and Tim Gardner present findings from our latest polling.

Agility: the missing ingredient for NHS productivity

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Which improvement approaches have the potential to increase productivity in the NHS? Tim Horton, Anita Mehay and Will Warburton look at what is needed to put these approaches into practice.

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