Breadcrumb Home Multimedia Ben Page: the NHS, the election and after... This content relates to the following topics: Performance Share this content Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on LinkedIn Share on Email Print this page Ben Page, Chief Executive at Ipsos MORI, explains how the public view the NHS and the election at the Future Challenges for the NHS conference.From the Future Challenges for the NHS eventRelated contentSlideshowAnna Dixon: where is the NHS now?Anna Dixon, Director of Policy at The King's Fund, reviews the achievements of the government and the NHS over the past 13 years.AudioChris Ham: what are the challenges for the NHS?Chris Ham, Chief Executive at The King's Fund, asks what the future holds for the coalition government and the NHS.AudioFuture Challenges for the NHS: questions from the floorChris Ham, Ben Page and Anna Dixon take questions from the floor at the Future Challenges for the NHS conference at The King's Fund.AudioFuture Challenges for the NHS: panel debateAnna Dixon asks what the incoming government means for the NHS and what should the government's first priority for the NHS be.BlogFuture challenges for the NHS: looking ahead to the next five yearsCandace Imison considers the future for the NHS as the coalition government begins to form its health policies and reforms for the NHS. Comments Add your comment Your name Email (your email will not be made public) Your job/role Organisation Comment Post comment You may also be interested in Article Yet more performance ratings for the NHS: new STP ratings are narrowly focused and centrally driven In July NHS England published its first 'progress dashboard' for the 44 new sustainability and transformation partnerships, but these new ratings are narrowly focused and centrally driven, say Hugh Alderwick and Veena Raleigh. Press release The King's Fund responds to NHS monthly performance figures for June 2017 The statistics show once again that it is unrealistic to expect the NHS to continue to be able to offer the same standards of care within the current budget, says Richard Murray. Long read The capped expenditure process explained In response to significant financial pressures in the NHS, a capped expenditure process has been introduced to provide tighter controls on spending. We explain how the process works and what it involves. Blog Will the capped expenditure process help keep a lid on NHS finances? Siva Anandaciva asks whether the capped expenditure process is an attempt at a short-term fix for a long-term problem.