Health and social care

Measuring the viability of the NHS and social care through the lens of funding growth provides a partial picture of services whose leaders are championing the provision of better value through increased productivity, and better health outcomes for people.

Reform’s research examines how technological transformation, local health and care commissioning and workforce reform can create an adaptive and sustainable NHS and social care, capable of delivering integrated models of care to meet our changing and rapidly ageing society.

Publications

7th June 2019

#Reformdigitalhealth conference 2019

On 5th June 2019, Reform held its #reformdigitalhealth 2019 conference, 'Unlocking the promise of digital health'. It explored what we can learn from failures in digital health, getting the implementation right and reimagining the future of healthcare. 

The event brought together a range of voices including patients, public service leaders, businesses and future thinkers. 

You can find videos and highlights from the day below. 

Events

Blogs

Press

Report coverage: 'Making NHS data work for everyone'

On Tuesday 11 December, Reform launched its report, Making NHS data work for everyone. The report was covered by The Times, PharmaTimes, Health Service Journal, Public TechnologyOnMedica, Practice Business, Hapia, The Kings Fund, Healthcare LeaderHealthwatch York, UK Authority, Future Care Capital, and the BMJ. Most recently, it was mentioned in the Sunday Times

The report was referenced in the Department of Health and Social Care's publication, Code of Conduct for data-driven health and care technology

It has also been covered globally in RussiaCanada and NYU's Living Library