Reforming the NHS reforms – the quiet side-lining of the Health and Social Care Act 2012
March 27, 2015
By Ian Shaw As widely anticipated the Health and Social Care Act has been a bit of a disaster… There has been more clinical engagement, especially with GPs, which is a good thing but the re-organisation led to a very complex organisational and governance structure (for example anyone know what clinical councils actually do? – …
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