NHS Confederation chief rejects call for councils to take health role

By Martin Ford | 10 April 2024

Dramatic proposals to devolve health responsibilities to local authorities have been rejected by NHS Confederation chief executive officer Matthew Taylor.

The Reform think-tank’s report last week proposed devolving NHS England’s £168bn budget and all but a few specialist services to local government.

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