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The Secretary of State for Health and Social Security, Richard Crossman, Kenneth Robinson’s successor, produced a second green paper, The future structure of the National Health Service in Engla
A group chaired by then Permanent Secretary Sir Phillip Rogers produced the Management arrangements for the reorganised National Health Service report, which detailed management roles and responsibili
A change of government and a change of secretary of state led to the white paper on National Health Service reorganisation, which outlined significant structural and administrative reform of the healt
Sir Roy Griffiths, a senior manager in the food marketing industry, was asked by the government to lead an inquiry into the effective use and management of manpower and resources.
The government published the white paper Working for patients in January 1989. The white paper proposed some of the most significant reforms in the history of the NHS.
In 1995, the House of Commons Health Committee published a report on purchasing as part of its series on priority setting.