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Through real world, real-time feedback on the realities of being sick and consuming care

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Business ideas are all very well but we first need to understand the messy world of being sick

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Because it means we pursue an idea without understanding what's really needed

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Health care has prioritised self-interest and secrecy for too long

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Because it's high time we had some new thinking and ideas on the future of health

How My Local CCG Disrespects its Patients

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