Independent views on health and social care from The King's Fund. All of our reports and findings from our projects are available to buy or download.

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  1. The future of HIV services in England

    Shaping the response to changing needs 25 Apr 2017

    This report explores the challenges and opportunities facing HIV services in four areas in England, and makes recommendations on future development to those in national and local leadership roles.

  2. Public satisfaction with the NHS in 2016

    30 Mar 2017
    Results and trends from the British Social Attitudes survey.
  3. How health care is funded

    23 Mar 2017
    The way that health care is funded varies between different countries. Here we explain the main models used in their purest form, although most countries typically use a combination of these methods.
  4. NHS myth-busters

    23 Mar 2017
    ​The debate about how to fund the NHS is never far from the headlines. We examine some of the claims made.
  5. Understanding NHS financial pressures

    How are they affecting patient care? 14 Mar 2017

    Severe financial pressures on the NHS show no signs of easing, but how are they affecting patient care? This report examines the impact across four different parts of the health system.

  6. How is the NHS performing? March 2017

    Quarterly Monitoring Report 2 Mar 2017

    More patients with complex conditions is the main reason for worsening performance in A&E departments, according to the 22nd quarterly monitoring report from The King’s Fund.

  7. Delivering sustainability and transformation plans

    From ambitious proposals to credible plans 21 Feb 2017

    STPs offer the best hope for the NHS and its partners to sustain services and transform the delivery of health and care, but how will STP footprints transform their plans into reality? Our report identifies the challenges that lie ahead.

  8. Ministers, not NHS England, should decide on the affordability of cost-effective new treatments

    8 Feb 2017

    The NHS can no longer afford to fund new treatments to the extent that it has done in the past. This potentially has big implications for patients, but the message is being delivered by un-elected NHS organisations when it should be ministers – the budget setters – taking responsibility for this.

  9. The NHS if

    8 Feb 2017

    A collection of essays exploring hypothetical scenarios for the future of health and care.

  10. Priorities for the NHS and social care in 2017

    1 Jan 2017
    2017 promises to be another challenging year for the health and care system. We identify five priorities for the year ahead.