Ellen Stewart appraises public involvement in the Scottish NHS.Read More
Accountability is a central principle for ensuring that provision of health and social care is effective and in line with the public interest. The past decade has seen the redrawing of many channels of accountability in the course of restructuring of health and social care provision. CHPI has worked to track and scrutinize these changes in an effort to ensure that this principle is upheld.
This analysis argues that this Government’s NHS reform has created great uncertainty surrounding who makes health policy – raising important questions about who can or should decide the future of healthcare in England.Read More
Tamasin Cave finds that the Transparency of Lobbying Bill would do nothing to expose the influence of commercial health lobbyists while stifling democratic campaigning.Read More
Roger Kline writes about the vital role of whistleblowers in the NHS.Read More
CHPI talks about a missed opportunity by the Government to tackle fraud in the Care Bill.Read More
This report warns that the introduction of greater use of for profit providers of healthcare services as a result of the 2012 Health and Social Care Act is likely to substantially increase the amount of healthcare fraud in the NHS.Read More