Tag Archives: NHS Reforms

Integration versus integration

Guest blog by David Boot, Editor, Healthcare and Life Sciences, Novares At the end of July the Care Bill sluggishly completed its Committee Stage in the House of Lords, making it an ideal time to reflect on the social care … Continue reading

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Sir David must not be untouchable

Commenting on the revelation that Sir David Nicholson presided over 50 gagging orders of NHS staff Julia Manning, CEO of 2020health said: “Nothing surprises us about Sir David; we are just incredibly saddened that a public servant completely ignores his … Continue reading

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Guest Blogspot: NHS Reforms- What the UK Government Policy Changes Really Mean

There is a strong consensus amongst independent experts, medical professionals and politicians that major NHS reforms are both desirable and inevitable. Healthcare is one of mankind’s greatest priorities. An aging population and medical advances mean that healthcare expenditure is bound … Continue reading

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