UK devolves healthcare financing with NHS Bank
This article was originally published in Clinica
The UK government has made the first steps in establishing the National Health Service Bank, with the aim of giving the NHS greater direct influence on how it carries out capital investment. Health Secretary Alan Milburn announced this week that the bank would be set up with an initial allocation of £100 million ($144 million) promising better access to long-term and innovative healthcare investment.
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