After graduating from Loughborough University in 2007 with degrees in electronic engineering and finance and management, I completed the BAE Systems graduate programme in their weapons and vehicles di...
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To safeguard its future, the NHS must find a credible way to achieve financial balance. However, just like their counterparts in other sectors, health leaders won’t act on a hunch.