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Time series charts are increasingly used by clinical teams to monitor their performance, but statistical control charts are not widely used, partly due to uncertainty about which chart to use. Although there is a large literature on methods, there are few systematic comparisons of charts for detecting changes in rates of binary clinical performance data.
Booklets to accompany our report from July 2016.
An independent analysis of the October 2016 STPs (completed in March 2017).
This briefing reveals the true underlying state of the NHS’s finances today, and outlines prospects for the next three to four years.
This report is our evaluation of the Primary Care Home model - a way of organising care for groups of up to 50,000 patients.
This report looks at Scotland’s unique health care system, and explores how other parts of the UK might be able to learn from it.
An analysis of the National Centre for Social Research’s British Social Attitudes (BSA) survey produced in cooperation with the King's Fund.
The impacts of Brexit will be wide ranging for the NHS – from finances to staffing and the regulatory environment. This briefing explores what it would take to get an effective Brexit deal for the NHS.
We set out different scenarios about possible future spending on the NHS in England including an analysis and comparison of the latest pledges from the three main parties' manifestos.
As the NHS emerges from its toughest winter yet, attention has been focused on the impact of older people on the health system. But younger people (up to the age of 24) are also frequent users of emergency care and, like older people, require specialist care.