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Readmission rates: what can we learn from the Netherlands?

Comment 11/01/2017Femke van der Brug

As part of a research internship at the Nuffield Trust Femke van der Brug compared hospital readmission rates in English hospitals to those in her native Netherlands and made some striking findings.

Our response to Bengoa report into healthcare reform

Press release 25/10/2016

Nigel Edwards comments on the Bengoa report into healthcare reform in Northern Ireland.

NHS still affordable by 2030, experts conclude

Press release 21/09/2016

Nuffield Trust Chief Economist John Appleby comments on new OBR projections which show that health spending as a share of GDP could increase from 7.4 per cent now to 8.8 per cent in 2030.

Accountable Care Organisations: The winners and losers

Comment 07/09/2016Dr Ashish Jha

Dr Ashish Jha of Harvard Global Health offers a quick take on new evidence about wheteher Accountable Care Organisations in the United States can lower costs and improve quality.

Large-scale general practice – can we rise to the challenge?

Conference/Seminar 23/06/2016 • 09.00–17.00Dr Rebecca Rosen | Helen Parker | Sharon Lamb | Stephanie Kumpunen

A primary care conference in collaboration with the Royal College of General Practitioners NHS Alliance and the National Association of Primary Care.

Why is it so hard to copy international best practice?

Comment 11/05/2016Nigel Edwards

Nigel Edwards reflects on why adapting and replicating international care models is never quite as easy as it seems.

Health care and the Welsh elections

Briefing 22/04/2016

The Welsh NHS is at the centre of the campaign for next month’s Assembly elections. But which of the country’s political parties is right about how it is doing? Who has the answers? And what don’t they dare to ask?

Nuffield Trust talks with Mark Dayan

Video 24/03/2016

24 March 2016 is officially the start of the 'election period' for the Scottish Parliament – although it will have escaped few Scots even displaced ones like Policy and Public Affairs Analyst Mark …

Health care and the Scottish election

Briefing 24/03/2016

The NHS will be a key issue for voters in the Scottish election given it is the biggest public service under the remit of the Scottish Government. In new analysis Mark Dayan outlines some of the key facts and figures about the service's performance in Scotland.

The Nuffield Trust talks with Mark Dayan

Video 24/03/2016

24 March 2016 is officially the start of the 'election period' for the Scottish Parliament – although it will have escaped few Scots even displaced ones like Policy and Public Affairs Analyst Mark …