Assistant Online Editor, Health Service Journal.
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(I for one welcome our European overlords.)
Tim, asst online editor.
Comment on: New treatments receive £102m boost
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Tim, asst. online editor
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Comment on: First summary care record goes live in Surrey
This article in which Lansley confirms the national roll out of summary care records explains a bit more.
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Comment on: Reform conflict of interest concerning most GPs
Thank you for your comments - a link should have been included originally.
Readers can use the link now on the story to view and download the full results, and also watch a message from Dr Buckman.
Asst online editor, HSJ
Blog Posts (15)
Andrew Lansley might have News International to thank for a relatively pressure-free few days - he certainly didn’t appear to be unduly worried during his latest press spot.
The think tank relaunches its website and adds new tools for the online audience.
It sounds like a joke or a wind-up, but losing private healthcare is no laughing matter.
Ahead of the release of the Future Forum’s report into his NHS reforms, the health secretary decided to check-in to a fancy new health facility.
Usually, emergency treatments at nearly 200 feet in the air take place on low-flying aircraft. But not for one ambulance crew in London.