Latest from The King's Fund

David Buck

The power of digital health: what can we learn from one million posts?

David Buck explores whether machine learning can help find wider meaning in millions of unstructured online conversations about our health.
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Online Support: Investigating the role of public online forums in mental health

Online support: investigating the role of public online forums in mental health

This report explores whether machine learning can help find wider meaning in millions of unstructured online conversations about mental health.
James Thompson

(Elective) hips don’t lie: data reveals pressures on hip replacement services

How have elective hip replacement services been affected by wider financial pressures in the NHS? James Thompson looks at what the data shows.
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Seventh annual leadership and management summit

Collaboration: working across boundaries
With less than a month to go, time is running out to book your place on this year's national summit. It will focus on the need for leaders to work collaboratively across local health economies with collective responsibility for change.
Upcoming event
NHS sustainability and the public: a little more conversation

NHS sustainability and the public: a little more conversation

Does the NHS need more money? Where should the money come from? Harry Evans looks at public attitudes toward NHS funding.
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Richard Humphries

Allocating social care funds: difficult decisions ahead

The extra £2 billion for adult social care announced in the Spring Budget will be gratefully received, but local councils now face tough choices about where to allocate the money. Richard Humphries considers the context.
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