Post Tagged with: "nhs"

Parliament Street C.E.O. Patrick Sullivan writes for Public Sector Focus magazine

Parliament Street C.E.O. Patrick Sullivan writes for Public Sector Focus magazine

Monday 30th April 2018 Today, Public Sector Focus magazine, published an exclusive thought piece, on Getting the NHS ready for GDPR, written by our Chief Executive, Patrick Sullivan. Public Sector Focus is aimed at decision makers with budgetary responsibility working in the public sector. Unlike other titles in the sector, Public Sector Focus covers the whole public sector keeping you […]

by · 30th April 2018 · Press Room
Policy Paper: Getting the NHS ready for the GDPR

Policy Paper: Getting the NHS ready for the GDPR

This morning Parliament Street is releasing a new report, written by our C.E.O. Patrick Sullivan, into the impact the incoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will have on the NHS. Our insights have discovered that over £1million has been spent on software, staffing and services to prepare Trusts for the regulation. Read the policy paper here.

by · 11th April 2018 · Research, Blog
Education and universal charging for prescriptions will save our NHS

Education and universal charging for prescriptions will save our NHS

The Conservative Party have pledged to increase NHS funding by £8 billion over the next five years. Whilst this is absolutely necessary in order to retain the standards of care we see now, the NHS is increasingly resembling a sieve. It’s not necessarily how much money is being put in that is the concern, it’s how quickly it is draining […]

by and · 7th August 2015 · Tory Thought
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Victims of Andy Burnham’s NHS Failure Deserve an Apology, not Legal Threats

In an astonishing political move for any Minister, let alone one who presided over some of the worst NHS scandals in living memory, Andy Burnham has decided the best way to silence critics of his time as Labour Health Secretary is to threaten them with legal action. Yes, this is the same person who ran a department which, according to […]

by · 6th October 2013 · Health Service, Blog