This is a watershed moment for UK health and care. The positive opportunities of UK and global investment must be used to tackle the backlog in elective care – otherwise the country faces grave problems of rationing for years to come.
Aiming for Health Success is a new initiative which will develop the case for new public / private collaboration in health and care to deliver extra services and support. It will combine the insights of its network of NHS and care leaders, and leading companies, with the latest academic and policy analysis. It will produce frequent publications and online communications and hold events with policymakers and health care leaders.
AFHS is run by Andrew Haldenby and Professor Nick Bosanquet. It is funded by companies who will sponsor major events and receive regular policy and market commentaries.
Aiming for Health Success believes that UK and global investment can realise exciting developments in services which can quickly reduce waiting times and improve quality. Examples include but are not limited to:
Nick was until recently Professor of Health Policy at Imperial College London. He is a former special adviser to the House of Commons Health and Social Care Select Committee and member of the Government Cancer Strategy Group. He is a trustee of the charity Brendoncare, which provides care homes, independent housing and care and friendship clubs
Andrew has been a key figure in the Westminster and Whitehall policy debate for the last 25 years. He was head of the political section of the Conservative Research Department, a position previously held by David Cameron and George Osborne. Most recently he was director of the think tank Reform for 14 years
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