September marks the release of The Parliamentary Review 2014/15, comprising of twelve separate editions, each focusing on a key policy area. Several outstanding organisations and individuals, including Bridge Mental Health, have been selected to highlight best practice, representing the private healthcare arena.
The Parliamentary Review aims to showcase exceptional practice as a learning tool to the public and private sector, with the Private Healthcare Edition aimed particularly at leading policymakers and executives from a cross-section of private healthcare. The Review showcases Dentists, Chiropractors and Private Clinics amongst other great examples of private healthcare.
This Review also consists of a look back at the year in healthcare and Westminster, with introductions from The Chancellor of the Exchequer, the Rt Hon George Osborne MP, and the Rt Hon Jeremy Hunt MP. The political commentary is written by Mark D’Arcy, the BBC’s Parliamentary correspondent.
The document has been sent out to tens of thousands of leading policymakers including all MPs, Peers at the House of Lords and leaders from across the healthcare arena. The total distribution of the Review across all policy areas is over 250,000.
Director of The Parliamentary Review, Daniel Yossman, said: “This year’s Review demonstrates, once again, the enthusiasm of the Public and the Private sector to share best practice for the betterment of industry as a whole. Next year we will be adding new editions to cover additional policy areas and help broaden the discussion yet further. I look forward, as ever, to the challenge.”
Editor of The Parliamentary Review, The Rt Hon David Curry, said: “The Review shows just how creative and committed the people are at the ‘coal-face’ of Britain’s economic and social performance.”
These thoughts are echoed by George Osborne, who uses his piece in the Review to state that: “Improving productivity – the amount that British workers produce for every hour they work – is the key route to making the UK stronger and families richer, and it’s the greatest economic challenge of our time.”