NHS reform must not just be a 're-spray' job
The re-think over the NHS overhaul in England must not be just a "re-spray job", GP leaders say.
Earlier this week David Cameron outlined a series of changes he was prepared to make to win over critics.
But Dr Laurence Buckman, of the British Medical Association, suggested the measures did not go far enough.
In a speech to the annual GPs conference, he also renewed calls for significant changes, especially to plans around competition.
09 Jun 2011
- From the section Health