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As part of the Government’s continuing commitment to open up public services and in advance of the Open Public Services White Paper, the Prime Minister today committed to publishing key data on the National Health Service as well as on…
Published: July 7, 2011
Prime Minister David Cameron delivered a speech on the future of the NHS on 7 June 2011. In the speech Mr Cameron insisted that NHS modernisation remains essential.
Published: June 7, 2011
If the NHS isn’t modernised, it will become unaffordable, Prime Minister David Cameron says today. Outlining the rising number of people with long-term health conditions and the increasing cost of drugs and treatment, Mr Cameron said: ‘Fail to modernise, and…
Published: January 31, 2011
Health Secretary Andrew Lansley has praised the enthusiasm of GPs who have joined commissioning consortia to take the lead in the new arrangements for the commissioning of health care. Prime Minister David Cameron, who met the first wave of GP…
Published: January 27, 2011
Prime Minister David Cameron has welcomed the support from GPs for the new commissioning arrangements as a further 89 groups of GPs joined the pathfinders who are already testing the new system. The GP pathfinders announced today provide healthcare to…
Published: January 17, 2011