• 11/07/2017 • Robert Reed
A round up of changes to indicators with new data on life expectancy, cancer, diabetes and alcohol.
• 08/03/2017 • John Appleby
So you think we should spend more on the NHS? But why?
• 08/07/2015 • Professor Peter C Smith
Comparing healthcare quality between countries is an immensely important undertaking, but the data must be interpreted with care.
• 03/07/2015 • Lucia Kossarova | Dr Martin Bardsley | Ian Blunt
An analysis of 27 care quality indicators across 15 countries to explore what comparisons of international healthcare data can tell us about quality of care in the UK.
Despite significant improvements since 2000, the UK can and should do better in preventing unnecessary hospital admissions and improving survival from killer diseases.
• 03/05/2015 • Niek Klazinga
Although the information infrastructure in OECD countries needs to be strengthened, there is no reason not to try to learn from approaches taken abroad.
A new Nuffield Trust report examines how radical reforms in Japan provided universal coverage to older people at a time of major financial constraints.
A report from health policy think tank the Nuffield Trust examines how devolution in the UK could erode the nation’s current influential position in shaping European Union health policy.
• 01/10/1994 • John Fry | John Horder
International comparisons on general practice
• 04/10/1985 • Alain Enthoven
An international perspective on the NHS.