Carolyn Staines and Cathy Wright of the market access team, Succinct Medical Communications, along with Janis Smy a former Succinct colleague, have had an article on NHS reforms in England and the implications for chemotherapy commissioning published in the peer reviewed, online journal ecancer.
There are many NHS documents freely available on the internet, but nothing that sets out, in a detailed but succinct manner, what frontline healthcare professionals in oncology need (and want) to know about the implications of the NHS reforms. ‘NHS reforms in England: the implications for chemotherapy commissioning’ addresses this issue and provides an overview of the implications of the reforms based on published documents and our discussions with oncology healthcare professionals who work within the new NHS structures.
The article is available online at this link:
NHS reforms in England: the implications for chemotherapy commissioning