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Integrated population care

Posted on: 28 Sep 2017

Providing population-focused care necessitates rethinking how healthcare services are structured. Instead of individual providers, teams between and across specialties will become increasingly important. Moreover, barriers between primary and secondary care must be dismantled. Here, our two highly experienced speakers discuss how inter-specialty working is key to managing an ever more complex patient population.


  • Sir David Sloman, Chief Executive of the Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust.
  • Professor Mike Morgan, National Clinical Director Respiratory for NHS England.

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