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We are engaged with the government over a number of funding issues effecting the NHS. Read a summary of our work on NHS funding, efficiencies, spending and privatisation in the NHS.
The BMA has written to Chair of the UK Statistics Authority, Sir Andrew Dilnot CBE asking him to investigate government statements on the increased financing of the NHS.
The BMA is calling on the UK government to match or exceed the average spend of other comparable European countries on health and social care.
We are calling for an increase in the UK's health spending as a proportion of GDP in line with that of other leading European economies.
We assess the progress of general practice investment and GPFV commitments, and review the financial outlook for general practice in England.
Ahead of the Autumn Statement, we have written to the Chancellor calling for a commitment to properly finance the NHS.
We have written to the Chair of the Health Select Committee requesting assurances about the sustainability of the NHS. Read the letter.
The BMA writes to Prime Minister Theresa May, requesting an urgent meeting with doctors to hear the reality of delivering care in 2017.
The NHS is facing unprecedented financial pressures. Every area where spending is increasing needs to be rigorously evaluated. Read our report and recommendations.
The health service is facing the greatest financial challenge in its history, and yet the independent sector is increasingly involved with providing care within the NHS.
14 health economies have been placed into the CEP (Capped Expenditure Process). Limited details have been made available, and this briefing provides an explanation of what we currently know about the process.
Get an overview of all the research and key policy issues around funding and the NHS.
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