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by GK Strategy 19th October, 2020

How is the ambition for NHS transformation being impacted by COVID19’s ‘new normal’?

GK Strategy is frequently asked to outline the landscape of healthcare spending and reform, what services will see increased demand over the next decade and whether the coronavirus pandemic will accelerate or inhibit wider transformation within the NHS. We are also asked how the role of private providers might change and how they can best anticipate and address changes
in commissioning and service delivery.

In this blog, GK Consultant, Joe Cormack examines these questions to show where there is alignment between COVID related changes and longer-term plans to develop a more sustainable healthcare system.

Download the full piece here: How is the ambition for NHS transformation being impacted by COVID19’s ‘new normal’

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