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‘Big opportunities’ for private sector in health bill, says minister - newsarticle-content The health bill will create ‘genuine opportunities' for the private sector to take over large chunks of the NHS, the health minister in charge of steering the reform bill through the House of Lords claimed today. Former banker Lord Howe told an audience of private sector providers that though the NHS ‘will not give up their patients easily', there were opportunities for those wishing to ‘enter the fray'.
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Department of Health The Department of Health provides strategic leadership for public health, the NHS and social care in England. The Department of Health’s purpose is to improve England’s health and well-being and in doing so achieve better health, better care, and better value for all. Andrew Lansley, Secretary of State for Health, set out a new vision for health and social care focused around five key priorities: A patient-led NHS Delivering better health outcomes
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