Carnall Farrar are pleased to have provided analytics support to The Lord Darzi Review on Health and Social Care: Better health and care for all: A 10-point plan for the 2020s, published today.
CF’s analysis found that, by 2030, an additional £50 billion of spending would be needed for health, with further funding required for social care. The full report builds on this analysis and sets out a 10-point plan for a long-term funding settlement and the associated reforms which will lead to sustainable NHS and social care services for the future.
"We can offer the health services that the public deserves"
Dame Ruth Carnall, Chairman at CF and member of the advisory panel for The Lord Darzi Review, said: “We were delighted to be invited to partner with The Lord Darzi Review and IPPR, and to contribute to such an influential report during what is a landmark year for the NHS. Our analysis set out an uncompromising case for a long-term financial settlement, to secure a sustainable and high-quality future for the NHS.
"By releasing the interim report in April, we contributed directly to the ongoing debate about long-term funding for the NHS at the highest levels. Now, the full report has used this analysis to develop a clear 10-point investment and reform plan to ensure we can offer the health and care services that the public deserves. We eagerly anticipate the government’s response.”