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July 26, 2018
How will Matt Hancock’s healthcare priorities benefit the NHS?

Last week, health and social care secretary Matt Hancock gave his first speech at West Suffolk Hospital where he revealed three key priorities for the NHS: technology, workforce and prevention.
 
Speaking before the Health and Social Care Committee yesterday, he also gave more information on the work he intends to do.
 
So what do the priorities mean for the health service?
 
Technology focus
 

October 21, 2010
Plans to expand free prescription entitlements for people with long-term conditions have been scrapped by the Government

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October 19, 2010
Patients across the UK could be given more say on their healthcare as part of a consultation document launched by the coalition Government

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August 6, 2009
Health chiefs in Ireland have warned chemists they could face court action if they fail to adhere to State contracts

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June 29, 2009
The life sciences industry welcomes Lord Mandelson

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June 26, 2009
Leading scientists in the field of cancer research are being brought together under a

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November 4, 2008
New government plans allow patients to top up their NHS care with private drugs

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October 15, 2008
NHS hospitals dodging government rules on top-up care

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June 18, 2008
The UK government has promised to pressure an American drugs firm for compensation

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May 2, 2008
The Government has been accused of "negligence" by a leading British scientist

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November 30, 2007
The British Medical Association (BMA) believes that if more men had access to Viagra on the NHS, the trade in fake medicines would decline.

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