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  • An analysis of NHS expenditure between 2010 and 2014 – published July 2014. This report draws on the accounts data of English NHS organisations and provides detailed analysis of annual expenditure and financial performance across the NHS. The report examines current financial performance and takes a comprehensive look at how the finances of the hospitals and commissioning groups that make up the NHS in England have held up under austerity between 2010 and 2014 ...
  • This short briefing is extracted from In the Red and focuses on the breakdown of commissioner spending on NHS and non-NHS providers in the acute, community and mental health sectors ...
  • This publication is written from the perspective of older persons - presents in a nutshell the outcomes of a qualitative study that took place in the frame of the EU-funded Home Sweet Home project and sheds a light to barriers and enablers for the acceptance of new technologies by older persons ...
  • This report found that in many cases commissioning of services for LTCs remains fragmented and that care centred on the person is remote from the experience of many. The NHS and social care services also face significant financial challenges: demand for services is exceeding the funding available at present, a situation which on present demographic projections is only likely to worsen ...
  • Baby boomers and seniors age 50+ comprise an enormous cohort. This amorphous population of 100 million people confounds innovators, but entrepreneurs can learn from prospective customers, experts from specific sub-segments and market niches, and from the learnings of those who have done well. This 2014 interview report reveals new tactics, but as much determination as ever. The interviewees in this report advised new entrants to consider innovating at life transition points; seeking interested funders and accelerators, using crowdfunding to gain visibility; leveraging policy changes that open up new opportunities; entering a market at disruptive price points ...