Tag Archives: market access
Posted on 26. Nov, 2012 by photohead.
Not too long ago, musicman posted the question – Where is Jeremy Hunt and what is he doing? One can only hope, as Michael Portilo claimed, that Jeremy is a ‘doer’ not a thinker, and that he is pushing the reforms through quietly in the background. Only time will tell what he has been up [...]
Posted on 19. Mar, 2012 by chiantichiara.
If the government’s Health and Social Care Bill is to go ahead, this time next year, Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) around the country will be preparing to ‘go live’. Set to replace the current Primary Care Trusts (PCTs) and powered by GPs, CCGs will commission local health services and will take control of 60% of [...]
Posted on 03. Nov, 2011 by chiantichiara.
It has been in the news almost since the day the coalition came into power, but despite the best and very vocal efforts of particular politicians, certain members of the Lords, particular factions of the larger professional bodies and the “Block the Bill” campaigners, the Health and Social Care Bill seems, finally, to be happening. [...]
Posted on 01. Sep, 2010 by chiantichiara.
Has this ever happened to you or is it just me? When you finally decide you want to buy something – a new pair of trainers or a handbag or even a car – you suddenly notice that most of the people around you are sporting or driving the object of your desire. Why is [...]