The Paterson inquiry is a missed opportunity to tackle systemic patient safety risks in private healthcare

David Rowland | February 19, 2020 | Blog, Featured, News


David Rowland: The Paterson inquiry is a missed opportunity to tackle systemic patient safety risks in private healthcare

In this piece, published today in BMJ Opinion, CHPI Director David Rowland sets out how he sees the Paterson Inquiry’s report as yet another missed opportunity to tackle the systemic patient safety risks which lie at the heart of the private hospital business model.

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David Rowland

David Rowland is CHPI's Director. He joined the organisation in 2019 after over a decade of working in senior policy positions within the healthcare regulatory sector.

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