England's 20th century NHS needs 21st century decision-making
This article was originally published in Scrip
Reform of the NHS in England, as proposed some 15 months ago shortly after the UK coalition government formed, will return to the headlines today and tomorrow as the amended Health and Social Care Bill is debated in the House of Commons, probably for the final time.
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