A shocking mess or a jolt back to life?

It was July 2010 when Health Secretary Andrew Lansley first announced plans to reform the National Health Service (NHS) in order to ‘create the largest and most vibrant social enterprise sector’ in the world… find out what happened next in my feature for Social Enterprise 


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  1. jeffmowatt

    David, In a nutshell then, provision of primary care services will be determined by the abiilty to provide a financial bond, rather than any experience, social or environmental performance. This places the corporation in a posistion of considerable advantage.

    On the other side of the coin, procurement for public services will come under increased scrutiny for social economic and environmental impact, yet there is no open and transparent vehicle to publish this impact, save for the corporate sponsored media.

    Social Enterprise magazine asked me to participate in the RBS SE 100 index and then requested a social report. Unsurprisingly, they didn’t publish it.



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