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Health Tech and You: Helping to reach a tipping point
By Matt James, Senior Researcher at 2020health In our previous blog we were looking at the value of the personalised health agenda. But having vision and developing policy based on that vision is one thing. Identifying the ‘how to’ steps to … Continue reading
A more discerning customer? Making the NHS everyone’s business
Guest blog by Gail Beer, Director of Operations, 2020health, on Ann Clwyd MP and Professor Tricia Hart’s review of the NHS Hospitals complaints system published today. Ann Clwyd’s report on the NHS complaints system makes it clear that there … Continue reading
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Contribution to 2020health’s recent report ‘Too posh to wash? Reflections on the future of nursing’ By Gloria Dowling MBA BSc (Hons) RGN MIHM ABCI, NHS Specialist Advisor to London Resilience Team (LRT), NHS London Advances in technology have changed the face of … Continue reading
How the Supreme Court upheld Obamacare – and how they wounded it.
Guest blog by Tom Packer Well I was wrong. I inclined to the belief that at least a part of Obamacare would be struck down and it was not. As I’ve explained in greater detail before there were two major … Continue reading
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Obamacare: No NHS but still a healthcare revolution
By guest blogger, Tom Packer As we have seen the US healthcare system was before Obamacare a mixed system and not some lassiez-faire dystopia or utopia. It included extensive ( often state level) regulation, a programme providing health insurance for … Continue reading
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