The Spectator, 15 June 2015

Director Andrew Haldenby wrote a piece for The Spectator where he argued that “the government has found new momentum for NHS reform.”

“Ministers are learning the lessons of the first term when their NHS plans had to be abandoned. They have a good plan this time, they are making the case early and they have an idea – the seven day NHS – which is a much better sell than the creation of ‘Clinical Commissioning Groups’ as promised in 2010.

Ministers are right that good care costs less. An NHS that thinks harder about treating patients better will deliver a more joined up service with less duplication and confusion. It will prevent ill health in the first place, as far as it can, with benefits all round.”

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