Liberating the NHS. What might happen? – NHS Confederation – 2011

Posted on January 20, 2011. Filed under: Health Mgmt Policy Planning | Tags: , |

Liberating the NHS. What might happen? – NHS Confederation – 2011
 
The Roger Bannister Health Summit, Leeds Castle, 2010

“The Government’s health reform proposals, announced in July 2010, undoubtedly represent the biggest shake up of the NHS in its history. Radical changes to where power sits in the system are proposed, along with a very different hierarchy and a move to full-blooded market mechanisms with limited, if any, system management. The Government also proposes having a much lighter touch itself in managing both the system and the way the NHS is held to account for its performance.

In November 2010, we brought together a wide mix of patient groups, professional leaders, local government and health policy experts in a summit at Leeds Castle. Using the wide range of their perspectives, we asked them to:”
…continues on the website

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