Putting healthcare’s vision first

Putting healthcare’s vision first
By Matthew Taylor | November 30, 2023

Matthew Taylor says the challenge is to enable what happens in the NHS – the ‘industrial system’ – to succeed while also becoming more aligned with the wider ambition of the social model


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