Autumn Statement 2014: a digest for the NHS

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03 / 12 / 2014

The NHS Confederation has produced a comprehensive briefing unpacking what the 2014 Autumn Statement means for the NHS.

Available for members only, the pack goes behind the headlines and translates the impact of the main issues for members, including:

  • increased spending on the NHS
  • investment in Five year forward view
  • that lack of action on the local government funding gap
  • inaction on mental health funding gap.

Please log in to access the slides – if you have any problems accessing the pack, please email websupport@nhsconfed.org

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