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The public health grant has been cut by 24% on a real-terms per capita basis since 2015/16. We explore trends in need for public health services and estimate how much it would cost to restore the publ...
Since 2010, productivity growth has been higher in the health care sector than the whole economy, growing at an average annual rate of 1.5%, compared to 0.4% in the whole economy.
How much does the NHS and social care workforce need to grow by over the next decade to meet demand?
In the next decade the NHS workforce needs to grow twice as fast and the social care workforce four times as fast as in the previous decade to meet demand.
Latest analysis looks at the scale of the elective care backlog, and how pent-up demand is affecting some areas of England worse than others.
The end of the £20 increase to Universal Credit and Working Tax Credit in October 2021 has the potential to further widen health inequalities, with areas which already have the lowest healthy life exp...
Over the past 10 years, there has been very little change in overall average basic pay for NHS staff, after accounting for inflation. However, there is considerable variation in how pay has changed ac...
What do geographic disparities in COVID-19 mortality rates for people younger than 65 mean for the government’s levelling up agenda? Adam Tinson dives into the data.
Automation and AI present many opportunities for improving care and supporting the NHS to increase its productivity, but success will depend on how we act on these opportunities in practice.
Tim Horton and Tom Hardie explore empathy and person-centredness in the context of technology and AI in health care. Where should the boundaries lie between humans and machines?