NHS capital investment

The ‘make do and mend’ health service: solving the NHS capital crisis | Institute for Public Policy Research

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This report explores the levels of capital investment in the NHS and indicates that there is still £55 billion of debt outstanding from Private Finance Initiatives.  This report recommends a new settlement to fund capital and support transformation totalling £5.6 billion per year and indicates that the PFI legacy must be urgently addressed, through a ‘right to enfranchisement’ for the NHS, which would bring those that represent bad deals back into public ownership.

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