Reform’s submission for LSE-Lancet Commission’s inquiry ‘The Future of the NHS’

Document type
Discussion paper
Borrows, Maisie; El-Gamry, Daniel
Date of publication
31 July 2018
Health Services, Older Adults, Employment
Social welfare
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This discussion piece provides the view that bold, new reform will transform the NHS into a more innovative, efficient and higher quality service.

Key points:

  • The changing healthcare needs of the population.
  • Organisational/structural challenges.
  • Delivering high quality services for all.
  • Securing sustainable and skilled workforce.

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