STEPHEN BRADLEY: Experience suggests that careful evaluation is prudent before promoting specific technologies in the health service, but there is much to gain from empowering staff and patients with functioning computer systems that work and that can communicate with each other.
STEPHEN BRADLEY: The NHS’s achievements have been immense but after 70 years we need a health policy that is both more realistic and more radical.
STEPHEN BRADLEY: A tidal wave of chronic illness threatens our prosperity and the sustainability of the NHS. Real action on physical and mental wellbeing must be central to Labour’s policy priorities in office.
STEPHEN BRADLEY: Securing the long-term future of our health service will require significant investment
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