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Evidence pack - The Lord Darzi review of Health and Care: 10 Years on

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Evidence pack - The Lord Darzi review of Health and Care: 10 Years on

Sutha Satkunarajah, Ben Richardson, Ellie Davies, Melissa Egle and Guy Cochrane

Evidence pack - The Lord Darzi review of Health and Care: 10 Years on

Sutha Satkunarajah, Ben Richardson, Ellie Davies, Melissa Egle and Guy Cochrane

This is the supplementary evidence pack for the work CF have done in cooperation with IPPR to support the Lord Darzi review.

The evidence contained in this pack has informed the Lord Darzi review and received coverage in a number of news outlets. Please also read our commentary on the report published here.

You can access there full interim report here

Read more on the national review below:

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The Telegraph

The Times

The Guardian

The Lord Darzi review of Health and Care: 10 Years on

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The Lord Darzi review of Health and Care: 10 Years on

Sutha Satkunarajah and Ben Richardson

The Lord Darzi review of Health and Care: 10 Years on

Sutha Satkunarajah and Ben Richardson

The NHS’s 70th birthday is a prime opportunity for a health-check. Over the last ten years, the nation’s health and social care services have seen improving quality outcomes in some important areas, but increasingly, people are struggling to access these services in a timely manner. Additionally, the NHS faces severe financial challenges - by 2029/30 there will be a £27bn gap between health demand and funding per year. To bridge this gap, productivity within the system must improve by one and a half times levels of historic achievement. These findings come as part of our work with IPPR and Professor the Lord Ara Darzi, as part of a review of the health and care system in England. We have conducted analysis to assess population health, quality and access over the last 10 years, as well as examined future funding scenarios for the NHS.

Unlocking the transformation of care for people with mental ill health

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Unlocking the transformation of care for people with mental ill health

Scott Bentley & Ben Richardson

Unlocking the transformation of care for people with mental ill health

Scott Bentley & Ben Richardson

Through our work in helping the NHS improve health, care and public services, we strongly believe that one of the top ways to secure parity of esteem between mental and physical health is to make robust analysis of mental health data routine, comparable to what is done with acute care. Scott Bentley, one of our Managers, and Ben Richardson, one of our Managing Partners, have written a piece on this which we hope you find interesting and we would welcome your feedback.

It’s time to stop talking about ‘Delayed Transfers of Care’

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It’s time to stop talking about ‘Delayed Transfers of Care’

Jo Andrews, Ben Richardson, Hannah Farrar, Jason Retter

It’s time to stop talking about ‘Delayed Transfers of Care’

Jo Andrews, Ben Richardson, Hannah Farrar, Jason Retter

Managing Delayed Transfers of Care (DToC) has been part of the fabric of NHS life for decades, but it is time to re-think our approach.

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