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With the rapid growth of digital technology, and a range of unexploited opportunities resulting from legacy IT programme failures, the NHS should embrace digital technology to genuinely transform the way services are delivered. 

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The first wave of Prime Minister's 'Challenge Fund' pilots across England have tested seven day access to GP practices, with some surprising results. Seven day access to general practice from 8am to 8pm was the first pledge in the Conservative manifesto, and it's been in the media spotlight ever since. The key question is: do patients really need or want a seven day service? 

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There is a tendency to consider the sort of game-changing disruption we see today in the telecoms, media and technology sector as coming almost exclusively from new technologies, consolidation in the market through M&A activity and new entrants.

Convergence and disruption is now resulting in collaboration.


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Do consumers really care about buying their mobile, broadband, television and landline from one supplier? Sarah Hobbs, Consultant at Moorhouse, looks at converged service packages and questions if consumers even care. 

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It's game on: Financial Services Institutions (FSIs) v. Tech Giants.

Traditional institutions have dominated the Payments industry for yonks. But will this status quo - in which payment systems continue to be run by and for the major banks - last? Francesca Hall, Consultant at Moorhouse, explores in the latest Moorhouse Perspective.

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Adam Lewis, Senior Consultant at Moorhouse, looks at the retail banking market and two movements that have the potential to change this landscape forever: Millennials and FinTechs

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The house that big banks built: The structure is sound, but the decoration is old.




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Lessons from the smoking ban suggest that the public may not be ready for a sugar tax. Instead, a broad range of targeted initiatives on obesity need to be mobilised now in order to pave the way for greater intervention if necessary.

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Government spending review - what it means, and why portfolio decisions are more important than ever.

Shoshana Davidson, Senior Consultant at Moorhouse, looks at the impending cuts for government departments. 

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Roz Hawley, Consultant at Moorhouse, looks at the role of implementation in policy making

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