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Published 1 March 2023
International law firm DAC Beachcroft has today launched its latest edition of Health Adviser, focused on the theme of ‘tackling inequalities in health and social care’.
Health Adviser, which is the flagship publication for DACB’s market-leading health team, provides insight from DACB’s health experts, in collaboration with senior spokespeople within the industry, on some of the most pressing issues facing health professionals.
This latest edition covers the critical changes that have been made as part of the legacy of the COVID-19 pandemic, and the opportunities to further improve the way care is delivered, where and how it is delivered and, crucially, who it is delivered to.
DACB’s head of health, Nigel Montgomery, explains, “The UK health system provides world-leading treatment and care, but if it isn’t reaching the people it needs to reach, it is failing. By collaborating with important voices from across the sector, we have been able to address the challenges that health leaders must overcome in order to reduce inequality, and improve access and outcomes, to create lasting change.”
The magazine focuses on six key topics within the ‘tackling inequalities’ theme:
The latest edition of Health Adviser can be accessed on the DACB website, here.