5 Forms Of NHS Privatisation You Should Know About

And still Jeremy Hunt says there is no NHS privatisation…….

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Anyone who knows what’s happening to the NHS should know that a large part of its budget is now controlled by CCGs, who are forced to offer NHS contracts up to private companies. You’d be forgiven for thinking that was the only form of privatisation taking place in the NHS. It’s not. Here are five forms of NHS privatisation that you really should know about.

1 – PropCo

NHS Property Services Ltd (PropCo) was launched in April 2013 and now owns £3 billion worth of NHS land and buildings. These assets were once held by the now-abolished Primary Care Trusts and Strategic Health Authorities; now PropCo is responsible for selling them off to property developers. Furthermore, while the government currently owns all of PropCo’s shares, the Act that created PropCo allows for private firms to buy the majority of these shares. Thus large swathes of NHS land could quickly pass into private hands.

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