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The state of the NHS and its finances may well be more commented on than ever in the national media at the moment, but such views are central attempts to pull together what is better understood locally. Likewise, there’s no shortage of planning activity in the NHS, but whether centrally or locally driven, much of it comes across as top down. So CIPFA thought it would be useful to get more of a ‘grass roots’ view of how things are and what can be done.
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We will feed the views received into a future newsletter article, and the sender of the most interesting reply will receive a free place at CIPFA’s 2017 Health and Social Care Conference on 28 September.