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Debating who should run the NHS | Niall Dickson
06 / 12 / 2019 4.38pm
This week we held our annual debate which focussed on accountability, one of the areas on which the NHS Plan for England is arguably rather light. We will be producing a report on this soon, but the debate was an attempt to answer the question who runs the NHS? Or to be more accurate, we were really exploring who should run the NHS.
A perfect storm? | Niall Dickson
02 / 12 / 2019 8.55am
Despite better planning and a real commitment to meet patient needs, NHS pressures of rising demand and front line staff shortages remain. The pensions' crisis also remains, although temporarily alleviated by Simon Stevens' intervation. Niall Dickson, chief executive of the NHS Confederation, updates us on these issues in the NHS.
Improvement, Improvement, Improvement
27 / 11 / 2019 4pm
Contributed by: Jenny Orr
The last few years have been significant in establishing a new direction for the Welsh NHS.
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