NHS cancer care: planned switch to private contracts in £700m plans Private health firms ready to bid for £1.2bn worth of outsourced services at Staffordshire clinical commissioning group areas
Cancer care in the NHS could be privatised for the first time in the health service's biggest ever outsourcing of services worth over £1.2bn.
A host of private healthcare firms have already expressed interest in securing a £689m, 10-year contract to provide cancer care at four NHS GP-led clinical commissioning group areas in Staffordshire. Continue reading... The Guardian