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The King's Fund

An alternative guide to the new NHS in England

28,974 views 9 months ago
The NHS will be 65 years old on 5 July. In that time, our health system has undergone profound change, with the recent Health and Social Care Act introducing the most wide-ranging reforms since the NHS was founded in 1948.

Watch and listen to our brand new animation, which gives a whistle-stop tour of where the NHS is now - how the new organisations work and fit together - and explains that our new system is as much a product of politics and circumstance as design.

We hope you like the animation, share it, and visit our more in-depth web resources for more insight and analysis of the health system - 65 years on.
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The NHS will be 65 years old on 5 July. In that time, our health system has undergone profound change, with the recent Health and Social Care Act introducing the most wide-ranging reforms since the NHS was founded in 1948.

Watch and listen to our brand new animation, which gives a whistle-stop tour of where the NHS is now - how the new organisations work and fit together - and explains that our new system is as much a product of politics and circumstance as design.

We hope you like the animation, share it, and visit our more in-depth web resources for more insight and analysis of the health system - 65 years on. Show less

Transforming patient experience conference 2013 Play

Our transforming patient experience conference provided a forum for leaders, clinical and managerial staff to explore the possibilities for achieving truly patient-centred care in today's NHS.

Watch powerful testimonials from the patient representatives, staff and leaders who spoke at the conference.

Integrated care perspectives Play

Our video interviews showcase the work of a number of organisations in England that are working to implement joined-up care across a health and care system.

The interviews capture different perspectives on the barriers and enablers to joining-up care, and tips for other services that are working to develop integrated care services.

The Future of Health and Social Care in England Play

This Commission will examine the way in which health and social care is organised and funded and will consider whether the systems could be better aligned to meet the needs of patients and service users. Watch presentations about the Commission from Stephen Dorrell, Alan Milburn and Kate Barker
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