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Chart of the week: Hormone replacement therapy prescriptions rise 42% in one year

Data story 23/06/2022

Each week we present analysis of data in chart form to illustrate some key issues and invite discussion. Shortages of hormone replacement therapy products have been in the news recently, and the number of prescription items in England related to HRT have doubled over the last seven years. John Apple...

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Government can not hide behind pandemic as sole cause of ‘A&E crisis’

Press release 16/06/2022Nuffield Trust

Sarah Scobie responds to the latest NHS performance statistics from NHS England.

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NHS Performance Summary: April–May 2022

Latest data 16/06/2022Sophie Flinders | Jessica Morris

Our monthly round-up of the latest NHS performance data.

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Fair cost of care: what is it and will it fix the problems in the social care provider market?

Explainer 15/06/2022

The fair cost of care policy did not make many headlines when plans for social care reform were revealed last autumn, but it is arguably more significant to how the social care system operates than the cap on care costs. Natasha Curry explains what the policy is, what it will take for it to be succe...

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Policy hyperactivity unsupported by additional spending will not tackle fundamental problems facing health and care

Press release 15/06/2022Nuffield Trust

Nigel Edwards responds to the Secretary of State’s speech at the NHS ConfedExpo conference.

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How do waiting times for NHS planned care vary across England?

Blog post 14/06/2022Sophie Flinders

The waiting list for NHS planned care has this year ballooned past 6.3 million in England. It’s a national issue, but the severity of the backlog is not felt equally across the country. Sophie Flinders takes a closer look at how waiting times for planned care vary in different areas.

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The NHS elective care 18-week standard

Chart QualityWatch 14/06/2022

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