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Chris Ham

The deafening silence on the funding of health and care must be challenged

The deafening silence on future funding amounts to a failure of the political process at a time when the NHS is heading rapidly towards a deep and damaging crisis.
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Our priorities for the next government

Our priorities for the next government

We set out our view of the 12 key challenges and priorities for the next government.
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Health and social care issues: shaping the 2015 UK general election

The next general election will be held on 7 May 2015. As the political debate about the NHS gathers pace, we will follow the key developments in our election tracker and provide commentary and analysis on what the parties are saying about health and social care.
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The ups and downs on the road to health service improvement

The ups and downs on the road to health service improvement

Parallels between the successful transformation of the Veterans Health Administration in the US and the changes needed in the NHS in England have been made for a number of years. But recent troubles at the VA offer some important lessons for the NHS in the future.
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Responses to the final report

Stakeholder organisations' responses to the commission's final report.
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How politicians are likely to receive the report: Steve Richards

How politicians are likely to receive the report: Steve Richards

Steve Richards talks about how the political parties are likely to respond to the final report from the Commission on the Future of Health and Social Care in England.
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 How the public are likely to receive the report: Bobby Duffy

How the public are likely to receive the report: Bobby Duffy

Bobby Duffy of Ipsos MORI talks about how the public are likely to respond to the final report from the Commission on the Future of Health and Social Care in England.