NHS and health reforms in England: Prof Chris Ham


The government's plan to reform the NHS in England proved hugely controversial, politically difficult and saw Health Secretary Andrew Lansley replaced by Jeremy Hunt.

David Thompson spoke to King's Fund chief executive Prof Chris Ham about when patients would start to notice any difference and how the public could judge whether they were working.


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