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 and support you with these changes you can find more here in our analysis on the Health & Care Bill

For any questions or to discuss the health & care political and policy landscape contact joecormack@gkstrategy.com

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