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ECHAlliance Clinical Director, George Crooks OBE was interviewed by BBC Wales

12 July 2018   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Beatriz Sanz
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To celebrate the #NHS70 last week, our CEO George Crooks OBE was interviewed by BBC Wales to give his thoughts on the NHS of the future. 

Within his interview, George discussed how we can ensure the continued growth and development of the NHS and bring it into the 21st century. 

 

NHS 70: Is the service fit for the next 70 years?

 

How could the NHS Wales learn from the health services in the different nations? We asked experts from Northern Ireland, Scotland and England what changes they would like to see.

Prof George Crooks, chief executive Digital Health and Care Institute in Scotland, Prof Deirdre Heenan, social policy expert at Ulster University and Helen Buckingham, strategy director at Nuffield Trust give their views.

Watch the interview here

 

 

 


Source: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/uk-wales-44687179/nhs-70-is-the-service-fit-for-the-next-70-years