Policy We aim to ensure that policy development is informed by impartial analysis and evidence
Effective policymaking should always be informed by the reality of frontline service delivery. We use what we know works on the ground to inform effective policymaking and vice versa.
Our recent work and content on this topic is listed below.
In another year shaped by the COVID-19 pandemic, we explore some key health policy developments and look ahead to what 2022 might have in store.
Health Foundation highlights need for a credible and realistic strategy to bring NHS waiting lists down
Our response to the publication of NHS England and Improvement's monthly performance statistics.
Health Foundation response to Office for National Statistics data on deaths in the care sector in England and Wales in 2020.
Are we seeing the decline of general practice, or its rebirth? – with Professor Katherine Checkland, Dr Rebecca Fisher and Shaun Lintern
Even before the pandemic, rising workloads and workforce shortages had left many GPs dissatisfied and stressed. Then add a pandemic into the mix, with growing public frustration. Is this a sign of gen...
This webinar will explore what the Spending Review and the future funding picture means for the NHS, social care, and public health. Our expert panel will identify the challenges and discuss how we ca...
Researchers from the University of Glasgow use longitudinal data to study the relationship between changes in employment, income, poverty and mental health.
Staff vacancies highlight urgent need for NHS workforce strategy and amendment to Health and Care Bill
Health Foundation response to the RCP Consultant Census 2021 and the proposed amendment to the Health and Care Bill by Jeremy Hunt MP.