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NHS and social care quality and finance

Briefing 15/10/2014

This short briefing pulls together key findings from our work tracking the views of health and social care leaders, and our expert analysis on quality, finance, and pressures on the health and social care system.

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Could health and wellbeing boards really work as a single commissioner?

Blog post 03/10/2014Dr Alisha Davies

Significant investment or restructuring may be needed to build up health and wellbeing boards into lead commissioners, argues Dr Alisha Davies.

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Exploring the cost of care at the end of life

Report 26/09/2014Dr Martin Bardsley | Theo Georghiou

We estimate hospital and non-hospital costs for people in the last 90 days of life.

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More NHS charges? Lessons from history

Blog post 08/08/2014Geoffrey Rivett

Providing a high-quality, accessible service from a tightly-held public purse is not a new dilemma for the NHS, says Geoffrey Rivett.

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The Better Care Fund: no easy way out

Blog post 16/07/2014Mark Dayan

Mark Dayan examines the issues with the Better Care Fund's performance pot.

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Only half the picture: understanding the impact of the social care squeeze

Blog post 11/07/2014Ruth Thorlby

Ruth Thorlby explores the link between the strained social care system and its impact on the NHS.

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Into the Red? The State of the NHS' Finances

Report 10/07/2014Andy McKeon | Anita Charlesworth | Sandeepa Arora | Sarah Lafond

This report shows that the NHS’ finances are starting to come under severe financial pressure.

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Financial Crystal Ball Gazing

Blog post 10/07/2014Andy McKeon

The NHS’ financial position is shaky and deteriorating fast. Can trusts make the savings? Not on past performance, says Andy McKeon.

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A decade of austerity in Wales? The funding pressures facing the NHS in Wales to 2025/26

Report 17/06/2014Adam Roberts | Anita Charlesworth

This report explores rising cost pressures on the NHS in Wales, and options for reducing the funding gap.

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The £billion question: funding the Welsh NHS for the future

Blog post 17/06/2014Alison Ward

If the next two years look tough for NHS Wales finances, the long-term could be dire – and not just for the health service.

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