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Radical NHS Health Reforms 

A panel of NHS experts discussed the NHS health reforms during a live webinar on August 9, 2010

Topics discussed:
Will these changes free the NHS to deliver improved services for patients, or is it a recipe for anarchy which will lead to an explosion of private healthcare provision?
These proposals recently announced by Health Secretary, Andrew Lansley are already polarising opinion. At the moment there are far more questions than answers, so PMGroup have brought together a number of experts to discuss the implications of these proposals, and to discuss the questions that are at the front of your minds.


The expert panel includes

  • Michael Sobanja, chief executive, NHS Alliance
  • Mark Wilkinson, director of life sciences innovation for the NHS and former PCT chief executive
  • Tim Jones, commissioning specialist, and adviser to a number of Primary Care Trusts and Practice Based Commissioning Groups
  • Ray Rowden, health policy analyst and former special adviser to the House of Commons Health committee
  • Nick Goodwin, senior fellow, Kings Fund (chair).

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