NHS chief executive Simon Stevens to set out future plan
Radical plans to change the way the NHS works in England, will be unveiled on Thursday.
Among a number of proposals, the new head of the service Simon Stevens will call on employers to offer incentives to workers who need to lose weight.
In addition, he will outline how he plans to tackle a looming £30bn funding gap in NHS finances.
The BBC's health editor Hugh Pym reports.
22 Oct 2014
- From the section Health