The report examines the challenges that mental health services face.It argues that choice and competition will allow an efficient redeployment of resources.
The report finds that the billions of pounds being spent on NHS hospitals and other medical units will not provide the service needed to improve standards of care, reduce waiting times and increase productivity.
The report argues that the logical conclusion of the Government's health reform agenda is a significantly smaller and higher quality NHS workforce.
Blog following Reform's recent report, Seismic shifts in the welfare state.
Summary of a Reform roundtable seminar on “Globally competitive education" on 1 May 2013, led by Neil Strowger and Philip Avery, Headteacher...
Blog following a Reform roundtable seminar on “Patient driven medicine” on 16 April 2013, led by Jamie Heywood, Chair, PatientsLikeMe....
Blog following a Reform roundtable seminar on "High volume, low cost healthcare: The case of the Aravind Eye Care System", on 11 April,...