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McKinsey to advise PM on NHS reforms

6th May 2011

The panel of senior health policy experts appointed to advise the prime minister on NHS reform has met for the first time.

It included Nicolaus Henke, head of global health systems at consultancy McKinsey; Lord Crisp, NHS chief executive and Department of Health permanent secretary from 2000 to 2006; and Sir Ian Carruthers, who was NHS chief executive during 2006 and is now NHS South West chief executive. The group focused on general NHS reform and the scale of efficiency savings the NHS is facing this year.

 

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Title: McKinsey to advise PM on NHS reforms
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 18397
Date Added: 6th May 2011

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