Latest from The King's Fund

Chris Naylor

Waiting for mental health care: what does the public think?

How long is it reasonable to wait for treatment of depression after being referred by a GP? The results from the 2013 British Social Attitudes Survey are revealing and suggest that public expectations exceed current policy ambitions.
Chris Ham

The parallel universes of integrated care: the process of change is as important as the content

Chris Ham reflects on the integrated care summit 2014 and the parallel universes of integrated care researchers and practitioners.
Partha Kar

Specialists in out-of-hospital settings case studies

Our report on specialists in out-of-hospital settings is based on detailed research with six case studies working in new ways to deliver care outside hospital. Here you can read about the case studies in more detail, and watch interviews with specialists from each of the services.
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Specialists in out-of-hospital settings

Findings from six case studies
We visited six services where consultants are delivering or facilitating care outside hospital. This report presents the findings from those visits as case studies and identifies some of the key characteristics and challenges to this way of working.
Becky Seale

More than just stories: the Barker Commission’s experts by experience

As the instigator of the Barker Commission's experts by experience group, I want to share my experiences to help unlock similar groups on other commissions and in the NHS.
Craig Tanio

Chris Ham in conversation with Craig Tanio

Chris Ham speaks to Craig Tanio, Chief Medical Officer at ChenMed, about how the US-based primary care-led delivery model offers care to older patients with complex needs.