Quick Animation on How the NHS in England Works (King’s Fund / CreativeConnection)


The King’s Fund has produced an animated video, and a brief accompanying slide-set, which provide a quick overview of how the NHS “works”, in terms of evolving structure and the functional inter-relationships between the many component parts.

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Mantell, K. (2017). How does the NHS in England work? An alternative guide. Animation. London: The King’s Fund [and] CreativeConnection, October 19th 2017.

The full-blown overview image is available for download. Fleetingly, it all seems to make sense.

“NHS organograms explain how providers are regulated and commissioned, and how the money flows”.

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The NHS: how providers are regulated and commissioned. Presentation slide set. London: The King’s Fund, October 2017.

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