We're facing a cash cut, warns NHS chief: Funding drop will lead to the 'most pressurised year' for the health service but Jeremy Hunt insists hospitals can do more for less

The NHS faces its first funding cut per head of population since the 1990s despite growing pressures, its chief executive warned last night.
Simon Stevens said funding would drop in 2018-19, making it the ‘most pressurised year’ in recent history.
It will be the first time the Health Service has received such a reduction since at least the turn of the century, NHS sources said.
Yet Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt insisted he would not accept rationing of care by local health boards – stressing that hospitals could do more for less.
Prime Minister Theresa May is not expected to provide any... read more

19 October 2016 in Health, Views: 42
Source: Daily Mail

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