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Guest Blogspot: The Pharmaceutical Industry – Friend or Foe?
Recent months have seen publicity over examples of disgraceful behaviour by pharmaceutical companies. The question arises as to whether the failings have been rare and exceptional or whether they are indicative of generally low moral standards in the industry. Pharmaceutical … Continue reading
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Guest Blogspot: Management Priorities in the NHS under the Health and Social Care Act
Basic economics relating to the pressures on the NHS led to the need for reform culminating in the Health and Social Care Act. The financial challenges faced by any healthcare system are strongly influenced by rising life expectancy without a … Continue reading
Posted in Demand Reduction, Elderly, Employment, Health Bill, Healthcare, NHS, Policy, Private, Work Tagged 2020health, care of elderly, demographic pressure, Department of Health, elderly, future of nhs, government, health, Health Bill, healthy lifestyle, life expectancy, National Health Service, NHS, nhs protest, nhs values, Old age, outcomes, patient, Patients 2 Comments