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 This paper by Steve Iliffe & Richard Bourne, for the Health Matters seminar group is based on discussions about Future options for the NHS facilitated by Health Matters journal  and the Socialist Health Association in March and April 2013. Near future: In the run up to the 2015 general election, the NHS is likely to have a large part of its community health services (and some hospital services) provided or managed by the private sector. Mental health services, 30% of which  are currently provided by commercial or third sector organisations, may be the shape (although not necessarily the size) of things […]
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Notes from a Health Matters seminar at Kings College London  March 1st 2013 Steve Iliffe from Health Matters with help from SHA organised the seminar with academics, senior health managers and clinicians Near future:  In the run up to the 2015 general election, the NHS is likely to have: A large part of community services (and some hospital services) provided or managed by the private sector. Mental health services, of which 30% are currently provided by commercial or third sector organisations, are the shape of things to come. Clinical Commissioning Groups struggling with rising demand and expectations, and shrinking budgets, […]
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Notes from Health Matters seminars at Kings College London  on March 1st 2013 and University College London on April 26th 2013 Near future:  In the run up to the 2015 general election, the NHS is likely to have:  A large part of community services (and some hospital services) provided or managed by the private sector. Mental health services, of which 30% are currently provided by commercial or third sector organisations, are the shape of things to come. Clinical Commissioning Groups struggling with rising demand and expectations, and shrinking budgets, with limited powers. Some CCGs will manage these pressures better than […]
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