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 process, and support independent providers and charities to engage and shape the political and policy landscape.

Download their analysis here: Healthcare Blueprint

For more information or to set up a meeting to discuss the health and care landscape further please contact robin@gkstrategy.com

 

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