Controlling Public Spending: The NHS in a period of tight funding

Jan 7, 2010

By Henry Featherstone. Edited by Natalie Evans.

Our research, which included a roundtable discussion with a number of senior academics and business leaders with expertise in the NHS, considers some of the options for the NHS in a period of tight funding. We believe that in order to protect the NHS into the future the next Government needs to make bold decisions on:

  • Performance related pay
  • Reducing variations in clinical practice
  • GP fundholding
  • Decommissioning services
  • Transformational change project

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