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Shared data paves the way for creating accountable care systems

Shared data paves the way for creating accountable care systems

Harry Evans considers why getting the technology right will be essential if accountable care systems are to succeed.
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Why aren’t we realising our ambitions for children’s health?

Why aren’t we realising our ambitions for children’s health?

Jill Roberts looks at the challenges facing children’s health, and asks what needs to be done to improve the current situation.
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New horizons: the birth of the NHS and the changing role of The King's Fund

New horizons: the birth of the NHS and the changing role of The King's Fund

In the latest of a series of blogs celebrating The King’s Fund’s 120th anniversary, Lynsey Hawker explores how the birth of the NHS created new opportunities for the Fund.
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Health and social care after the election: what issues still need attention?

Health and social care after the election: what issues still need attention?

The political tumult of recent weeks seems to be subsiding and a second snap election appears less likely – for now. Leo Ewbank asks what the new political environment might mean for health and social care.
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The capped expenditure process explained

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.
Will the capped expenditure process help keep a lid on NHS finances?

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.
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