Integrated Healthcare in England: An Update

IntegratedHealthCareinEngland

October 1, 2010

To coincide with Baroness Barbara Young’s November 2010 Hot Talk on Health, the Foundation released an update to our May 2009 international case study on the National Health Service (NHS), Integrated Healthcare in England: Lessons for Ontario. The revised brief analyses the latest chapter in the NHS journey, assessing main UK change proposals and how they apply to Ontario’s healthcare system, and links to key reaction to the reforms by respected UK policy voices.

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Citation information: The Change Foundation. Recent National Health Service (NHS) Reform Proposals In England. An Update to Integrated Healthcare in England: Lessons for Ontario. [Case Study]. October 2010. Toronto: The Change Foundation.

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