NHS savings measures needed until 2020, King's Fund warns

King's Fund chief economist on health policy John Appleby

The financial squeeze driving the NHS’s £20bn savings programme will not end in 2015, and the service faces a “productivity gap” of half as much again in the subsequent five years, the chief economist of the King’s Fund has warned.

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