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Collaboration in general practice: Surveys of GP practice and clinical commissioning groups

Research 10/10/2017Stephanie Kumpunen | Natasha Curry | Maddy Farnworth | Dr Rebecca Rosen

Results of the second wave of surveys of general practice staff and CCG staff conducted by the Nuffield Trust and the Royal College of General Practitioners.

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Sustainability and transformation plans in London

Research 12/09/2017Professor Chris Ham CBE | Hugh Alderwick | Nigel Edwards | Sally Gainsbury

An independent analysis of the October 2016 STPs (completed in March 2017).

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The bottom line: Understanding the NHS deficit and why it won’t go away

Research 31/08/2017Sally Gainsbury

This briefing reveals the true underlying state of the NHS’s finances today, and outlines prospects for the next three to four years.

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Primary Care Home: Evaluating a new model of primary care

Research 24/08/2017Stephanie Kumpunen | Dr Rebecca Rosen | Dr Lucia Kossarova | Chris Sherlaw-Johnson

This report is our evaluation of the Primary Care Home model - a way of organising care for groups of up to 50,000 patients.

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Learning from Scotland’s NHS

Research 05/07/2017Mark Dayan | Nigel Edwards

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.

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Getting a Brexit deal that works for the NHS

Research 31/05/2017Mark Dayan

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.

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NHS funding choices and the 2017 General Election

Research 22/05/2017John Appleby | Sally Gainsbury

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.

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Focus on: Emergency hospital care for children and young people

Research 24/04/2017Eilís Keeble | Dr Lucia Kossarova

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.

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Winter Insight: The ambulance service

Research 07/04/2017John Appleby | Mark Dayan

The ambulance service has come to be a totemic symbol of the NHS in England, free at the point of use and available to all. It represents the fundamental duty of care at the heart of the health service and is an expression of the dedication of NHS staff. In our final winter briefing, we look at thes...

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Shifting the balance of care: Great expectations

Research 01/03/2017Candace Imison | Natasha Curry | Holly Holder | Sophie Castle-Clarke | Dr Danielle Nimmons | John Appleby | Ruth Thorlby | Silvia Lombardo

This research draws on an extensive literature review to assess the realism of the narrative that moving care out of hospital will save money. It explores five key areas: elective care, urgent and emergency care, admission avoidance and easier discharge, at risk populations, and self-care.

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