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GK Insights – Levelling Up White Paper

Read GK's newest insight paper on the Government's Levelling Up White Paper here: Levelling Up White Paper Insights To discuss what the White Paper means for your business or investments email jack@gkstrategy.com to fix up some time.  

GK Insights – Integration White Paper, by Phil Hope, GK Adviser

GK Adviser, and former Health Minister, Phil Hope shares his thoughts on the Government's proposals for health and care reform in our newest blog 'Integration White Paper Joining up care for people, places and populations: A genuinely radical leap forward' Read Phil's thought's here: Integration White Paper - Joining up care for people places and...

Challenges for the integrated health care agenda this winter

The Omicron variant, parliamentary scrutiny and a distracted Government are all hindering the development of Integrated Care Systems (ICSs) and there are concerns about the framework that sits around them. Amidst the capacity and workforce pressures faced by the health service this winter, longer-term ambitions for the transformation of our health and care system are also feeling the strain. The timelines for formalisation and statutory responsibility of the 42 Integrated Care...

Deeds not Words: Are People Really at the ‘Heart of Care’?

Following the publication of the highly anticipated Adult Social Care White Paper, Phil Hope, former Care Minister, assesses the plans announced and identifies what more needs to be done to improve the sector. Read Phil's thoughts in Deeds not Words. For more information, please contact GK's Head of Health, Joe Cormack on joecormack@gkstrategy.com

The Health and Care Bill – Understanding and influencing reform

The Health and Care Bill is the most significant piece of health legislation this parliament, and will shape the structures of the NHS, how services are delivered, and improvements to population health over the next decade. Organisations not planning ahead for these changes, may find themselves unable to cut through to the necessary decision-makers in local regions to ensure they can continue to deliver services to institutions and patients. To read more about how GK Strategy can advise...

Sajid Javid: Five priorities of the new Health Secretary

After a dramatic week in politics that nobody would have predicted, Matt Hancock, who had served as Secretary of State for Health and Social Care for almost three years was ousted from the department at the weekend. Replaced by Sajid Javid who was parachuted back into Boris Johnson’s cabinet on Saturday 26 June. However, with the world of healthcare policy moving at pace, Javid will have little time to get his feet under the table and set his priorities. In many ways, these priorities will be...

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GK Strategy 1st Jul, 2021 Insight
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What does the Government’s Healthcare Blueprint really mean for the NHS, independent providers and the care sector?

GK’s Strategic Advisors and former health ministers Alistair Burt and Phil Hope share their thoughts on the Department for Health & Social Care’s recent proposals for healthcare reform and integration and they explore what this means for investors and providers. GK are experts in health and social care policy, working across the system with care providers and med tech and life sciences companies. We support investors to evaluate political, policy and regulatory risk in the investment...

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...