Creation of Localized Bodies to Take Care of Wellbeing and Healthcare in England
Change in the structure of an organization has always been sought as beneficial with the change in times. Same is the case in NHS, which would be undergoing a structural shift, which was necessary looking at the status of health services within the country. With the coming of 2013, the task of improving the public's wellbeing in England that was undertaken by NHS would become the responsibility of local councils.
This is one of the many changes that is being incorporated within the NHS to make it better. Although there are some controversial changes that have come up like the health and social care bill, this change would surely have many takers, as it is being seen as a step towards positive direction which would ease the burden over NHS.
The creation of local bodies and wellbeing boards would be very beneficial as their focus would be on local priorities. Each localized body would then be able to focus individually on their neighborhood, which would be more fruitful. There are some people within the sector according to whom Public Health England will lack necessary sovereignty to do its job properly, but assurances are being given that, due to its closeness to government, it would be ensured that the expert advices are taken into account for all matters.
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