Reform's report on the healthcare workforce
The next ten years is a book of 75 essays by people at the top level of politics, the civil service, business and public services.
This report presents ten case studies of successful health reform. Each case study shows how a radical change in the delivery of healthcare can result in improved quality and productivity.
The transcript from Reform's health conference "An NHS for patients: Making clinical commissioning work"
Reform's report on the public service workforce, which argues for fewer, better, more productive workers.
The brochure to Reform's localism conference, Localism and the public services revolution, with articles from Rt Hon Eric Pickles MP, Rt Hon Caroline Flint MP and others.
Reform's submission to the NHS Future Forum.
Reform's report on case studies of successful private sector involvement in education, health, policing and prisons.
Reform's alternative Budget argues that the borders of the state need to be redrawn and proposes a package of spending cuts and tax rises to eliminate the deficit in this Parliament
Reform's pre-Budget briefing discusses how to eliminate the structural deficit and pave the way for a return to growth
Reform's report on NHS reform proposes a reconfiguration of services, away from hospitals and towards community service, in order to improve care and reduce costs