Minister wants way NHS is run to change
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Health minister Shona Robison wants way NHS is run to change

Scotland's Health Secretary Shona Robison wants the way the NHS in Scotland is run to change.

She was speaking to the BBC following the publication of an Audit Scotland report which said that the health service needed to make unprecedented savings in 2016/17.

Ms Robison said: "We have already committed the lion's share of government money to health - that will increase again by £2bn over the course of this parliament.

"But just putting more and more money into the health service isn't enough.

"We have to reform the way we run our services, we have to change the way we run our services, that is why we have to integrate health and social care."

  • 27 Oct 2016