7 March, 2023
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Our health and care systems face immense challenges - more than 7 million patients are awaiting treatment, A&E departments are under unprecedented pressures, and social care services are struggling to keep up with rapidly escalating demand. On key clinical indicators such as cancer care and mental health, the UK continues to slip further behind comparable countries.
This deterioration in performance comes at the same time as record sums are being invested in the NHS. While we have the fifth largest spending on health in the OECD, we fall short in terms of results. It is vital that we get better value for the increasing amount we spend on health care. This is true in the short-term, but also vital in thinking about reform to ensure the long-term sustainability of the NHS and wider health and care system.
Reform is delighted to host this roundtable led by Steve Brine MP Chair of the Health and Social Care Select Committee to discuss what’s next for England’s health and care system.
This roundtable is in-person, invite-only and will be held under the Chatham House rule.