Tag Archives: King’s Fund’s Time to Think Differently Programme

Proposals For a Single Health and Care System (Commission on the Future of Health and Social Care in England / The King’s Fund / BBC News)

Summary The independent Commission on the Future of Health and Social Care in England has proposed the creation of a single health and social care system; asserting that the current system is not fit for purpose. The Commission’s interim report … Continue reading

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Commission on the Future of Health and Social Care in England (King’s Fund)

Summary The King’s Fund has launched a commission to review whether the post-war establishment of separate systems for health and social care remains fit for purpose. The NHS, and proposals for social care, are undergoing significant reform; and this context … Continue reading

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Trends in Spending on Health and Social Care: the Next 50 Years (King’s Fund)

Summary The NHS consumed 3.4% of GDP fifty years ago. By 2012, spending on the NHS and social care consumes 8.2% and 1.2% of GDP respectively; and that is 20% of government spending. According to the Office for Budget Responsibility … Continue reading

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Future Trends: a Predictive Timeline of UK Health and Social Care (King’s Fund)

Summary The King’s Fund has published a “Future of health and social care timeline”. This interactive timeline indicates some of the key trends at work and a few predicted future milestones which are deemed likely to influence how health and … Continue reading

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Time to Think Differently Programme: Future Trends Analysis (King’s Fund)

Summary This section of the King’s Fund‘s “Time to Think Differently Programme” attempts to offer a comprehensive overview and analysis of the trends which are likely to influence how health and social care is delivered in the future.  The authors of these web pages aim to ensure … Continue reading

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