Nuffield Trust warns that vulnerable people will pay the price in today's Autumn Statement.
At the end of 2015, our three organisations came together to provide an independent assessment of what the Spending Review would mean for the NHS and social care.
Ahead of the Autumn Statement on 23 November, the Nuffield Trust, the Health Foundation and The King's Fund have joined together to warn of a £1.9 billion funding gap for adult social care next year.
Nigel Edwards, chief executive of the Nuffield Trust, responds to George Osborne's announcements about NHS spending increases in the Autumn Statement.
Anita Charlesworth responds to the 2013 Autumn Statement, confirming the unprecedented squeeze on NHS budgets is likely to continue.
The NHS could experience a £44-£54 billion funding gap by 2022 unless it delivers unprecedented productivity gains or public finances improve to allow health funding to increase faster than inflation.