Impact of the 2015 Spending Review on health and social care

Our joint evidence submission with the Health Foundation and The King's Fund to the Health Select Committee inquiry into the impact of the Comprehensive Spending Review on health and social care. 

Briefing

Published: 23/02/2016

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The outcome of the 2015 Spending Review will profoundly shape NHS and social care services in England over the rest of this decade. Our three organisations have come together to provide the Health Select Committee with a clear, objective, and independent view of its implications.

Supplementary Submission to the Health Committee inquiry on the impact of the Spending Review 10/02/2016

Briefing

This is a supplementary submission to the Health Committee’s Spending Review inquiry that draws on the Nuffield Trust’s own research, and lays out our analysis on the issues of NHS trust financing, system efficiency and the quality of care.

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This joint submission presents our shared view on five elements of the Terms of Reference drawn up by the Committee for its inquiry into the impact of the Spending Review. These are: the distribution of funding over the Spending Review period; efficiency and transformation; cuts to non-NHS England budgets; social care funding; and quality and access to care. Each of our three organisations will also submit supplementary evidence, drawing more directly on selected research we have carried out individually and addressing the remaining Terms of Reference.

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Nuffield Trust, the Health Foundation and The King's Fund (2016) Impact of the 2015 Spending Review on health and social care. Briefing. Nuffield Trust, the Health Foundation and The King's Fund.

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Supplementary Submission to the Health Committee inquiry on the impact of the Spending Review 10/02/2016

Briefing

This is a supplementary submission to the Health Committee’s Spending Review inquiry that draws on the Nuffield Trust’s own research, an...

Read more