Each time the government changes hands, so does the strategy for the NHS. In these growing times of immense pressure and strain on services, what the NHS needs is stability. Stability to enable it to restructure; stability to create continuity and stability to improve patient care.
One suggested solution presents the prospect of taking governance of the NHS out of the hands of politicians by introducing a Royal Commission.
This session will debate the impact and likelihood of the NHS being governed by Royal Commission.