New models of care in new forms

17/01/2018

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David Owens

Partner

The HSJ has reported suggestions that NHS England and NHS Improvement are considering the scope for the creation of new NHS organisations - whether new NHS Trusts or Foundations Trusts - to address some of the difficulties of the new models of care programme. They do however raise the question of whether these ideas - which we have heard independently in the context of the Dudley MCP, are practicable.

We have prepared a briefing on this topic.

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For more information on this topic please contact David Owens or Vincent Buscemi.

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