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Capital planning and property in the NHS: lost opportunities

Blog post 27/10/2017Nigel Edwards

Long read: Nigel Edwards explores why investment in and reform of NHS property requires more expertise within the NHS. It is the first in a series of pieces about the NHS estate, running alongside our Restate programme of work over the coming months.

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When the price isn't right: how cuts in hospital payments added up to the NHS deficit

Blog post 13/10/2017Sally Gainsbury

Sally Gainsbury reveals how much a hospital is paid to treat a patient today compared to 2010.

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Nuffield Trust responds to Jeremy Hunt's speech at Conservative Party conference

Press release 03/10/2017

Nigel Edwards comments on Jeremy Hunt’s promise to fund 5,000 new training places for nurses.

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Nuffield Trust responds to Lancet article on Brexit and health care in the UK

Press release 28/09/2017

Mark Dayan, Policy and Public Affairs Analyst at the Nuffield Trust, responds to an analysis in The Lancet of how Brexit may affect health and health services in the UK.

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Win win: how smoke-free policies can benefit both the NHS and its patients

Blog post 21/09/2017Euan Holmes

With Stoptober nearly upon us and new draft guidance published on interventions to stop smoking, Euan Holmes from Action on Smoking and Health discusses the recent Tobacco Control Plan and how the NHS can lead by example.

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Sustainability and transformation plans in London

Report 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 professional and support workforce: one needs the other

Blog post 08/09/2017Candace Imison

When it comes to skill mix, Candace Imison says that different types of NHS staff working together can be a powerful combination.

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

Report 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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NHS hospitals deeper in the red than reported, new analysis shows

Press release 31/08/2017

A new briefing by the Nuffield Trust 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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Putting the NHS house in order: putting quality before money

Blog post 29/08/2017Candace Imison

Candace Imison gives her perspective on a recent report from Getting It Right First Time, and argues that the focus on any savings from reducing unwarranted variation must not miss the more important gains – better patient outcomes.

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