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by GK Strategy 24th March, 2021

Health & Social Care Insights – 2021

Today GK has published it’s newest health & social care insights report for 2021. Our strategic advisors and health focused consultants have shared their thoughts on the following key areas:

  • 2021:A year of two halves for health and social care
  • What does 2021 (most likely)mean for social care
  • The CQC 5-year strategy: an opportunity for engagement
  • Three likely priorities for the new Children’s Commissioner
  • New streamlined licensing and patient access process for medicines
  • What next for pharmacy after COVID-19?
  • What can we expect from the independent review of children’s social care?

Download your copy here: Issue 4_Health insights 2021

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