Scottish minister says private sector should say out of “frontline services”
This article was originally published in Clinica
"Commercial companies should not be used to provide such vital frontline services." So saidScottish health secretary Nicola Sturgeon on launching a consultation on how to define eligibility criteria for primary care providers.
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