GK launches Health and Social Care Insights Report

We are delighted to launch GK’s new Health & Social Care Insights report which we will be producing every month.

Download your copy of the newsletter where GK’s expert consultants and advisors cover:

  • NHS Spending – a look forward
  • New risks and opportunities for private sector providers and investors
  • What does the end of the transition period mean for medicines and medical devices?
  • 2021 – finally, a new future for social care?
  • 2021: A Reset for NHS Digital Strategy?
  • What does the pandemic mean for the future of NHS dentistry?
  • Dividing line? Reassessing pharmacy funding

If you would like to discuss the health and landscape with our team contact Louise Allen at louise@gkstrategy.com

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