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Nuffield Trust responds to PM's remarks on NHS funding

Press release 27/03/2018

The Prime Minister's comments on NHS funding are welcome and long overdue. But any increases are likely to have strings attached, Nigel Edwards warns.

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Impact of the 2015 Spending Review on health and social care

Briefing 23/02/2016

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. 

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Supplementary Submission to the Health Committee inquiry on the impact of the Spending Review

Briefing 10/02/2016

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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The Spending Review: what does it mean for health and social care?

Briefing 17/12/2015

The Nuffield Trust, The King’s Fund, and the Health Foundation come together to issue a definitive verdict.

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Spending Review 2015: what it means for health and social care

Briefing 03/12/2015

This briefing pulls together our analysis of the settlement.

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Health leaders' panel survey five: the state of the NHS and social care ahead of the Comprehensive Spending Review

Data story 24/09/2015

In this fifth survey conducted in September 2015, we looked at issues of NHS targets, seven-day services, finances and efficiency.

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2015 Comprehensive Spending Review: Representation to HM Treasury

Briefing 08/09/2015

This briefing examines the pressures on NHS funding up to 2020, the scope for savings and efficiencies, and the difficult choices on funding facing policymakers.

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Are the wheels finally coming off the NHS' finances?

Blog post 20/03/2014Anita Charlesworth

While this week’s Budget contained no new announcements on health spending, it shone a harsh light on just how tough the financial challenge is proving for the English NHS.

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The big freeze: is the NHS pay deal fair?

Blog post 19/03/2014Adam Roberts

While the continuation of austerity beyond the next election will almost certainly mean more tough decisions on public spending in the next spending review, today's Budget was all about warming up to electorate for the election with eye-catching policies on tax and pensions.

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Act now or repent at leisure

Blog post 27/06/2013Anita Charlesworth

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