NHS: “Maybe we will never catch up”

23 March — NHS Support Federation

Evidence-based journalism and research on the NHS to create change.

This week the worry of NHS staff is clear; like the eye surgeon who believes that it will take over two years to work through the backlog of operations and suggested: ” maybe we will never catch up.” Similarly, an NHS trust boss says cancer and heart surgery will take many years to work through. It is more important than ever to raise the pressure to get the right NHS policies in place: on funding, staffing, organisation, outsourcing, and accountability. and this reality is ver much guiding our work, please share it where you can.

Here is this week’s Lowdown,  on PDF and our one-stop roundup

in case you missed it…

New NHS White Paper – the end of outsourcing?
The great consultancy boom – from Covid to ICSs
Under cover of covid…

With thanks and best wishes

Paul, John, Sylvia, Molly & Martin
The Lowdown team

NHS Support Federation

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