The preparations made to deal with the Second World War in health services were significant.
The Bradbeer Committee report on the internal administration of hospitals for the Central Health Services Council (1954)
In 1950 the Central Health Services Council appointed a committee on the internal administration of hospitals to consider and report on the existing methods of administration in individual hospitals.
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 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 white paper The new NHS: modern, dependable was published on 8 December 1997.