Breadcrumb Home Multimedia Sir Derek Wanless on the 2007 Health Care Spending Review This content relates to the following topics: NHS finances Share this content Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on LinkedIn Share on Email Print this page Article information Posted:Tuesday 11 September 2007 Sir Derek Wanless talks through the main findings from the 2007 Health Care Spending Review. You may also be interested in Blog The NHS 10-year plan: transformation holds the key to sustainability Chris Ham calls for the NHS 10-year plan to outline realistic ambitions to transform health and care over the next decade, focused on improving population health and a new deal with the public. Blog The changing shape of NHS finances As austerity and widespread staffing shortages began to bite over the past decade, the finances of NHS providers often took a familiar shape each year. But more recently this pattern of financial performance has been increasingly pulled out of shape and distorted. Report How is the NHS performing? June 2018 quarterly monitoring report Although we have technically moved out of winter, the latest performance data paints a picture of continuing pressure on NHS staff and services. While A&E departments understandably received much of the focus over the winter months, a quieter decline continues in waiting times for planned (elective) care. Data visualisation The NHS budget and how it has changed The total budget for the Department of Health in England and how it has changed since 2009/10. Though NHS funding is continuing to grow, the rate of growth is slowing considerably compared to historical trends.