The National Health Service (NHS) has provided free healthcare to UK residents since 1948. But since 2013, it’s been on a journey of transformation. Sweeping reforms changed the organization of local healthcare delivery to patients. Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) led by family doctors and other health professionals were set up and given budgets to buy care on behalf of their local communities.
The National Health Service (NHS) has provided free healthcare to UK residents since 1948. With over 1.3 million employees NHS is equipped in providing good health and high quality care for all.
The National Health Service (NHS) reform wanted to transform health and social care services to better support a population of 360,000 patients with a budget of approximately £800 million.