Tuesday, 17 November 2015

NHS sustainability: there aren’t always more fish in the sea

NHS sustainability: there aren’t always more fish in the sea With the Spending Review fast approaching, most things currently written about the NHS begin by saying that the system is running out of money (which it is). They go on to say that social care and other public services are in an even worse state (which they are), and call for a combination of more money and greater efficiency.

But more money and using existing resources better – while both needed – won’t be enough to meet the challenges facing the NHS: we also need to think differently about who governs NHS resources, and how. The King's Fund

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